Achieving a College Education. The Achieving a College Education (ACE) program was created by Maricopa Community Colleges (Arizona) for high school students who either didn’t consider college or thought it was out of their reach. Students have the opportunity to take college courses in their junior and senior years of high school—and graduate from high school with up to 24 transferable college credits.
Educational Transitions Program. When high school students take classes through Greenfield Community College’s (Massachusetts) Educational Transitions program, they can earn college credit while completing requirements for high school graduation.