Designed for High School Juniors & Seniors
If you’re a junior or senior in high school or homeschool and you already know that God has called you for a special purpose, Lancaster Bible College wants to give you a jump start on your college education!
Through our JumpStart dual enrollment program, high school students can take one tuition-free course each fall and spring semester at LBC’s Eden Road campus before graduating from high school. In addition to the tuition-free courses, gaining experience in a college classroom and having the chance to get a feel for campus life, students who enroll full-time at Lancaster Bible College will receive a scholarship while enrolled in Jumpstart.
PSAT/PSAT10 score – at or above 490 in the math, at or above 490 in the critical reading section, as well as a combined score of 980 on those sections
SAT score – at or above 490 in the math, at or above 490 in the critical reading section, as well as a combined score of 980 on those sections
ACT score – at or above a 18 composite with a score of no less than 18 on the math or reading sections
CLT/CLT 10 score – at or above 60.
For First Time Applicants
The first step to getting involved in LBC’s JumpStart program is to apply. Use the link below to complete your application and begin earning college credits while in high school!
Applications close Friday, December 17.Apply for JumpStart
Accepted or Returning Students
Once you have decided on the class* to take, let us know by completing this registration form.
*LBC reserves the right to limit the number of JumpStart students in any given class.Register for a Class
Need help selecting a course? Consult the Course Registration Booklet for the complete list of courses offered along with additional program details.View Registration Guide
OPENS – Monday, April 4, 2022
Application opens & fall 2022 class offerings posted.
CLOSES – Tuesday, July 5
(all application documents MUST be received by 4 p.m. on 7/5)
Registration for Classes
OPENS – Monday, April 11
CLOSES – Tuesday, July 12 at 4 p.m.
New Student Orientation
Wednesday, August 3 from 9:30 – 11:30 am
OPENS – Wednesday, October 26, 2022
Application opens & spring 2023 class offerings posted.
CLOSES – Friday, December 9
(all application documents MUST be received by 4 p.m. on 12/9)
Registration for Classes
OPENS – Wednesday, November 9
CLOSES – Friday, December 16 at 4 p.m.
New Student Orientation
Wednesday, January 4, 2023 from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Please see above for applicable application time frames. Please note that you cannot be accepted into the program until you have completed all requirements (including providing SAT/PSAT/ACT/CLT scores and your high school transcript).
ACT – Check out www.actstudent.org for information
SAT – Check out www.collegeboard.com for information
PSAT – Check with your high school or home school evaluator
When you take the ACT or SAT, use these numbers in the school code section:
The ACT and SAT take approximately three weeks to be delivered. The PSAT score can be included on your high school transcript, or retrieved from your account on College Board.
There are a few fees that you will be required to pay upon registering for the class:
There are a few additional fee possibilities:
JumpStart students are not eligible to audit classes.
On the JumpStart registration form, you will have the opportunity to list three class choices: your first choice of classes, your second choice and your third choice. We will make every effort to register for your first choice of classes, your second choice of classes if the first choice is full for JumpStart students or your third choice if the first two choices are full. Please note that LBC reserves the right to limit the number of JumpStart students in any given class.
LBC offers the tuition-free JumpStart opportunity for one class per semester. If a student chooses to take an additional class they are required to pay the full, per-credit tuition fee.
Approximately three months prior to classes starting, JumpStart students are able to register online for the class of their choice. Registration dates for new and returning students are posted on the JumpStart homepage, as well as the class listings and a course description booklet.
Each year, we post a Registration Booklet for the fall semester online at the end of May. The Registration Booklet for the spring semester will be online at the end of November. We offer general education classes as well as introductory classes for our various majors.
JumpStart students are eligible to take only fall and spring classes.
JumpStart students can participate in classes that have online components. Part of the JumpStart experience is being in class on campus, so all available JumpStart courses include classroom instruction.
During orientation, accepted JumpStart students meet with the JumpStart staff to learn about LBC’s electronic platforms, receive their username and password, tour the campus, review important dates, receive parking information, review college procedures and receive other general information about the college.
Yes. Orientation is mandatory for all new JumpStart students. Students unable to attend orientation on campus will have the option complete orientation online.