CCBC Programs

CCBC Cheat Sheet

Two options:


You can take classes at CCBC in the evenings, summer or seniors can take classes there during the school year if they have an early release.  Students may take remedial, elective or Gen Eds on the Essex Campus.



You can take CCBC classes offered here on Perry Hall’s campus.  Seniors have 4+ courses offered (early release is needed). Most courses meet general education requirements. *check individual colleges for specifics. 

5 Easy Steps
Submit CCBC application

  1. Go to CCBC Student Services Center, 130, 443-840- 1901, 7201 Rossville Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21237, bring copy of your SATs with your name printed on it and see if it is necessary to take the Accuplacer test.  Practice here
  2. Meet with academic advisor at CCBC or your school counselor to discuss CCBC course options (if you want to take CCBC courses at PHHS request to speak with Mrs. Cheryl Banks or Mrs. Jenni Dagostin)
  3. Submit consent form to CCBC admissions office or to Mrs. Furman

  4. Register for CCBC classes through CCBC or turn in registration form for CCBC at PHHS classes to Mrs. Furman

Dual Credit Program

If you want dual credit (High School and College Credit) you must declare this by getting and submitting a dual credit form in the school counseling office prior to the class starting.  At the end of the semester you must bring record of your CCBC grade to your school counselor for it to be entered on your transcript.

*Dual Credit-some classes can be taken for both high school and college credit