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Dual-Enrollment Program

AP/Dual Enrollment Presentation

 

Dual Enrollment is a program that provides funding for students at eligible high schools that are enrolled to take approved college-level coursework for credit towards both high school and college graduation requirements.

Dual-Enrollment students - If you plan to take a Dual-Enrollment class next semester, you must schedule an appointment with your counselor before to take care of the paperwork. If you are new to the program, your parents MUST come to the meeting.
Additional Test Options (other than SAT and ACT)
 
ABAC- Next Generation ACCUPLACER offered at ABAC and ACT-Residual at ABAC
 
Contact Ms. Jackson (rjackson@abac.edu or testing@abac.edu) or call the testing center at 391-4817. The first ACCUPLACER is free.  There is a fee for the ACT-Residual.   
 
SRTC- ACCUPLACER – Test Dates – Now through April 2 - Offered at SRTC; Contact Mrs. Ponder (mponder@southernregional.edu) or call 391-2600 and ask for admissions.  Be sure to tell admissions staff that you are a TCHS student. 
 

Summer 2020:

See testing information above if you have not taken the SAT or ACT

Meet with your counselor:  ASAP or by April 3, 2020

Return your college schedule to your counselor by:  April 15, 2020

Fall 2020:

SAT- Last acceptable test option:  March 14 (Register by Feb. 14)

ACT- Last acceptable test option:  April 4 (Register by Feb. 28)

Meet with your school counselor:  March 2 – April 3, 2020

Return your college schedule to your counselor by:  April 15, 2020

Spring 2021:

SAT- Last acceptable test option:  August 29, 2020 (anticipated date)

ACT- Last acceptable test option:  September 12, 2020 (anticipated date)

Inform your counselor you are taking spring DE classes: by April 3, 2020

Meet with your school counselor:  Sept. 28-Oct. 31, 2020

Return your college schedule to your counselor by: Nov. 20, 2020

 
 
 

**Dates subject to change due to ABAC and SRTC academic calendar dates

Refer to TCHS Counseling Office website for updates

Dual Enrollment ELIGIBILTY
Dual Enrollment - What to do next ...
Dual Enrollment OPTIONS
OPTION 1
Dual-Enrollment student has a choice of remaining in high school and taking some college courses. Student will graduate with a minimum of 26 credits.
Part Time (1, 2, or 3 college courses)
Full Time (All 4 college courses)
 
 OPTION 2
 Dual-Enrollment student will take (2) English, (2) Math, (2) Science, (2) Social Studies, (1) Health/Personal Fitness, and all EOC State Exams associated with the above listed courses.
 AND complete (1) of the following:
 Associates Degree
Technical College Diploma
(2) Technical College Certificates

For Students & Parents

Application Information

 
For information
about Dual-Enrollment classes,
see your school
counselor.

TCHS School Counselors:

Serving students with last name:

  Paige Wells (A-Cl)
Jean Guzman (Co-Ha)
Traci Hill (He-Mc)
Amber Cheshire (Me-Sh)
Cheryl Smith (Si-Z)
Dr. Vickie King (Tift Academy)

 
Part Time
Dual-Enrollment
Scheduling Options

In conjunction with college courses students may take:

Face-to-Face Courses

at their base school

 OR
Online Courses through
Tift Academy