College Credit

Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment are taught by MMHS teachers who are also certified to teach a class for UVU college credit. CE classes are for juniors and seniors. For more information, visit Grades earned through concurrent enrollment classes generate a college transcript with UVU and will be posted on the student's high school transcript as well.

Click Here for MMHS CE Classes

Required Forms: 

Sophomore by Exception Form

UVU Application for CE

Helpful Links: 

Course Prerequisites

Concurrent Enrollment Deadlines

Transfer Credit Guide

Distance Learning (Live Interactive)

Distance Learning allows high school students to enroll in college classes taught by professors at UVU. All Distance Learning classes are at the Advanced Learning Center. Register for these classes here.

Students who wish to take Distance Learning classes must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and be a junior or senior. As a student, you are responsible for your own admissions, registration and book fees for all college classes. 

Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement classes offer students a chance to do advanced work in certain subjects while in high school to attempt to earn college credit. Students take the class and then are tested at the end of the year. A score of 3 or higher qualifies the student for college credit. AP credit is accepted differently at various colleges and universities. 

MMHS Advanced Placement Classes:

AP Art History AP Studio Art  
AP Biology AP Calculus AP Chemistry
AP English Language and Composition AP English Literature and Composition AP European History
AP Music AP Physics AP Spanish
AP United States History AP Government and Citizenship AP Psychology