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HACC College in the High School Information

Biglerville High School is proud to partner with Harrisburg Area Community College.  We currently offer English 101 and 102 at BHS.  Please see the information below regarding registration information:

HACC Letter for Parents

If you would like to receive weekly updates from HACCplease complete the opt-in form:

Please note that the fall registration and tuition deadline for CHS students is Oct. 14. All CHS students planning to take HACC classes at their high school must register and pay by the deadline.

Please read the following updates:

General Deadlines and Reminders

Students who have an individualized education program (IEP) or 504 plan are eligible for accommodations at HACC. Please see our webpage or contact Student Access Services for more information.

Deadlines and Reminders for College in the High School (CHS)
CHS students earn college credit for HACC courses taught by high school teachers at their high school during the school day.

  • Students taking CHS courses can only register when they receive a registration email from a HACC success coach. Please continue to monitor your personal email and HAWKMail accounts. Our success coaches are working diligently to email students! 
  • HACC is excited to offer a new opportunity to CHS students! Twenty CHS students who register for classes by Sept. 23 at 3 p.m. will be randomly selected to receive a tuition giveaway! The tuition giveaway is valued at the cost of one two- to four-credit CHS class. 
  • HACC has developed a CHS informational letter for parents/guardians of students taking CHS classes. High school partners should have received a copy of this letter via email to distribute to parents/guardians. If you have not received this letter, please email to request a copy. 
  • HACC librarians are available to CHS instructors to provide information literacy resources in your classes. Please use this form to schedule with us. HACC library resources are also available to CHS students. Meet with a librarian via Zoom to see what is available! 
  • CHS students are welcome to view our CHS New Student Orientation (NSO) video. Please email upon completion. 

Deadlines and Reminders for Dual Enrollment
Dual enrollment students enroll in HACC courses to earn college credit while still in high school. Courses are taught at a HACC campus or online.

NEW dual enrollment students, please read the information below on how to access your New Student Orientation (NSO). This is a mandatory requirement that must be completed before you can register for classes. The course is self-paced and can be completed at any time before you register for classes. Once you complete NSO, you will meet with a success coach for advising and course registration.

To complete NSO, please:

  • Log in to myHACC
  • Click BrightSpace (D2L), then “View All Courses”
  • Select “College in the High School/Dual Enrollment New Student Orientation Course”
  • Send a screenshot of your final certificate to

Please note that you must complete the Title IX, FERPA and final quizzes with a 70% or higher. After completing all of the above modules and quizzes, you will receive a certificate of completion.

Upcoming Events

High school partners, please join us on Sept. 15 at 2:45 p.m. for our virtual “After School Club” about the CHS Final Roster Confirmation Process. Please register in advance and contact with any questions.

Contact HACC

We are here to serve you! Please refer to and use the email addresses below if you have questions.

HACC email address

Please email this account for assistance with the following: 

  • Confirming HACC application status 
  • Submitting high school transcripts
  • Submitting ACT, SAT or PSAT score reports 

  • Communicating about CHS and dual enrollment-related procedural steps
  • Requesting rosters and grade reports
  • Inquiring about CHS and dual enrollment-related issues
  • Asking questions about CHS class lists 

Asking general questions about dates, student accounts and HACC resources 

  • Signing up to attend a mandatory HACC orientation session
  • Asking general orientation questions 

  • Communicating with HACC’s admissions team
  • Inquiring about next steps in the admissions process
  • Inviting HACC to attend a college or job fair 

  • Registering for CHS classes
  • Assisting dual enrollment students with selecting and registering for classes
  • Providing support for students while taking HACC classes
  • Requesting grade reports and confirmation lists of student enrollments
  • Inquiring about grades 

Submitting official score reports for Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP) or other college-level credits to be evaluated for HACC credits 


Thank you!