College Career Pathways Program
The College Career Pathways Program (CCP) is an opportunity for students to match their education with future workplace needs. The Pathways program is a partnership between Tunxis and the school district to identify and group courses within Career and Technical Education areas of study to provide knowledge and skill building that will link to specific post-secondary degree or certificate programs.
A career pathway is a series of courses that CCP students commit to taking while in high school. Berlin High School offers College Career Pathway programs in Accounting and Computer Information Systems. Students must apply in their junior or senior year and submit their application to the School Counseling Department Head to determine pathway eligibility. Each pathway includes a designated math course, English/speech courses, science course, and a course(s) in a career pathway area. Students must maintain a 75 average in the course and may be required to take a college level final exam in order to receive credit from Tunxis. Students can earn dual credit; credit from Berlin High School and credit from Tunxis. Applications will be reviewed by Tunxis CCP personnel in the spring of each school year.