College in the Schools Program (CIS) is a partnership with the University of Minnesota, offering introductory-level U of M credit courses to advanced seniors and is taught during the regular school day at the students' own high school.
The CIS program at Central began in 1994. Central CIS teachers are specially trained in discussion leadership by University of Minnesota staff. Exams are administered according to University standards and students who do well may earn five credits from the University of Minnesota.
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CIS PROGRAM CLASSES OFFERED AT CENTRAL:
Composition for English Language Learners (ELL) - Introduction to Modern Fiction - United States History - Basic Writing - Intermediate Latin
HOW TO ENROLL:
CIS courses are offered to seniors only and to those students who are ranked academically in the top 20% of their class. Exceptions are made for enrollment in the ELL class. Ask your counselor about enrollment in the CIS classes.