For Teachers

CHS-certified high school teachers collaborate with Pitt's world-class faculty to deliver courses that earn both high school and University of Pittsburgh credit.

The first step in offering CHS courses in a high school is for teachers to become certified by CHS. If you're not already certified, you will need to complete an application through Aspire and attend a teacher-orientation program. Interested high school principals, superintendents, or teachers should contact the CHS office.

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Becoming a CHS Teacher and using Aspire, the Online Portal to CHS

Information regarding the application process can be found here.

Apply to teach with CHS, manage your courses, and more in Aspire.

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Registration

College in High School has many deadlines for student and teacher applications. View the registration process for CHS

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Grading

Review CHS grading procedures and grade rosters used for the program. 

CHS Teacher receiving professional development.

Benefits

Learn about opportunities for professional development, Act 48 credits, networking with other CHS teachers, and more.

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Responsibilities

CHS Teachers make a committment to their students. Review the Teacher Agreement.

More than 99% of CHS teachers surveyed agree that CHS provides a supportive, positive partnership for them and their high school.