ABOUT DUAL ENROLLMENT
Dual Enrollment provides opportunities for high school students to take college courses and earn credit at both the high school and post-secondary institution. Dual enrollment courses taken at the high school or college campus are free, but it is crucial for students to register by the high school counselor to cover costs. Students need to contact their high school counselor for information about participating in the dual enrollment program.
Additional information to prepare students for Dual Enrollment can be found here.
There are three ways to obtain dual enrollment credit.
- Taking Advanced Placement (AP) courses
- Taking Dual Enrollment courses on the high school campus
- Taking Dual Enrollment courses on the college campus
Students attending Whitfield County Schools may take dual enrollment courses during their sophomore, junior and senior year of high school. Dual Enrollment is a great opportunity for students to earn high school and college hours paid for with state funds. The process to become a Dual Enrollment student is very detailed, so students must work closely with high school counselors.