Dual-Enrollment

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     Dual Enrollment Interest Form: https://forms.office.com/r/0HnGJG5eQb

     

    Dual-Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

     

    • What is Dual-Enrollment?

    Dual-enrollment classes enable high school students to take classes at a local college—and potentially earn college credit- while concurrently earning high school credit towards graduation. 

    • Where Do Students Dual-Enroll?

    Students are open to dual enroll with Tallahassee Community College (TCC), Florida State Univeristy (FSU), Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (FAMU), or Lively Technical College. We also offer ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 on-site on SAIL's campus in partnership with FAMU.

    • Which students are eligible to Dual-Enroll?

    The dual enrollment program is recommended for students in grades 11th and 12th, if they meet eligibility criteria.

    *Dual-Enrollment Criteria are subject to change by institution. 

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    Why Should My Child Consider a Dual-Enrollment Program?

    • Dual enrollment gives students an idea of what full-time college coursework will be like. By trying out a few classes while still in high school, your child can get used to the academic environment before he or she leaves the comfort and support of home.
    • Your child may be able to take classes that aren’t offered at his or her high school.
    • College courses can give your student a closer look at his or her area of academic interest.
    • Its a chance to get free college credits!

    Is There Any Reason My Child Shouldn’t Participate?

    • Dual-enrollment courses are real college courses for real college credit; the grades will go on your student’s permanent record.
    • If a college class will interfere with your child’s regular coursework or extracurriculars, it may not be a good idea. College classes are a committment and require a signifigant amount of time and effort. 

    How Do students get more information about becoming dual-enrolled? 

    Students interested in Dual-enrolling in Summer 2021 or Fall 2021 should fill out the form at the following link: https://forms.office.com/r/0HnGJG5eQb (Dual-Enrollment Interest Form)

     

    *Students who have not previously dual-enrolled are not eligible for Summer 2021 courses. 

    FAMU Dual Enrollment: http://www.famu.edu/index.cfm?Registrar&DualEnrollment

    FSU Dual Enrollment Website: https://ace.fsu.edu/dual-enrollment

    Lively Dual Enrollment Website: https://www.livelytech.com/students/dual-enrollment/

    TCC Dual Enrollment Website: https://www.tcc.fl.edu/academics/dual-enrollment-program/

     

Fall 2021 Dual-Enrollment Timeline

  • FALL 2021 Dual-Enrollment Timeline

    March 9: Dual Enrollment Interest Form/ PERT test sign-up opens Linkhttps://forms.office.com/r/0HnGJG5eQb

    March 22 - FSU Dual Enrollment Deadline

    March 23: 1st PERT Admin

    April 9: 2nd PERT Admin

    April 23: Dual-enrollment interest form closes

    May 3: All Dual-enrollment 

    Dual Enrollment Interest Form: https://forms.office.com/r/0HnGJG5eQb