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Dual Enrollment

The Dual Enrollment program provides opportunities for eligible students in grades 9-12 to enroll part- or full-time in post-secondary institutions and take college courses to earn both high school and college credit. To participate in Dual Enrollment, students must complete associated forms with their high school counselor, meet the admissions requirements at the post-secondary institution of their choice, and make satisfactory academic progress. 

Approved courses for Dual Enrollment are listed in the Dual Enrollment Course Directory

The courses a student chooses each term must be listed on his/her Dual Enrollment application and must be approved by his/her high school and the post-secondary institution he/she will be attending. Students who meet all eligibility requirements will receive a student-specific award amount to be applied to tuition, mandatory fees, and books. 

Courses do not count against any maximum hourly caps for the HOPE scholarships or grants.  Dropping a course or not following program rules and regulations may result in students being removed from Dual Enrollment, thus affecting their high school graduation requirements. Students must make annual progress towards graduation and completion of their Individual Graduation Plan to participate in Dual Enrollment. 

The following conversion scale will be used for converting letter grades from the postsecondary institution’s official transcript to numerical averages on the high school transcript: