The Biddeford School Department and University of New England have agreed to a partnership that will allow the city’s high school students to earn college credits – and potentially enter the college with sophomore standing – upon successful completion of an advanced mathematics class.

The schools will announce the partnership Wednesday, according to a news release.

Biddeford High School already has similar partnerships with Thomas College, Southern Maine Community College and St. Joseph’s College of Maine.

Superintendent Jeremy Ray and Principal Jeremie Sirois will join UNE President Danielle Ripich and others at Biddeford High School on Wednesday at 3 p.m. to formally announce the partnership.