College Transition Programs offer individuals the instruction and support needed to enroll in college regardless of their previous education experience. Programs include Middle College, Accelerating Opportunity, English as a Second Language, Program for Successful Employment, Workforce Investment Act, Louisiana National Guard Youth Challenge Partnership, High School Career GPS, and others.
BPCC Middle College is a program providing career specific training in area high demand/high wage occupations for citizens without a high school exit credential (diploma or Louisiana High School Equivalency.)
The Program consists of:
Find more information go BPCC Middle College or call 318-678-6783.
The Accelerating Opportunity Program provides students needing remediation or developmental education courses as well as students without a high school equivalency the opportunity to earn a college credential in a high wage/high demand occupation. Students are enrolled in college coursework while receiving additional instructional supports for academic success.
For more information call 318-742-6783
This program provides instruction toward becoming more proficient in the English language so that students may be successful in the classroom, the workplace, and other social surroundings where English is used.
The ELS program at BPCC offers English classes for beginning, intermediate and advanced level students. The classes emphasize the language, culture, and study skills needed to be successful in the American college classroom and beyond.
For more information call 318-742-6783.
This collaboration with Louisiana National Guard Youth Challenge allows cadets earning their high school equivalency to take Course Challenge Exams linked to fifteen hours of college credit. Cadets passing these exams will earn credit supportive of military enlistment or college transfer.
For more information call 318-678-6192
Bossier Schools and Bossier Parish Community College have collaborated to develop this program linking high school students to long term career goals and related post-secondary options. Eligible students will participate in career exploration activities, work with a mentor, develop an employment/education plan and give a presentation based on their research.