Presentation on theme: "What is Dual Credit? It is a program through which learners earn both high school and college credit in approved courses. Courses approved for dual credit."— Presentation transcript:
What is Dual Credit? It is a program through which learners earn both high school and college credit in approved courses. Courses approved for dual credit can be found on the New Tech High @ Coppell website under the counseling tab.
Which College Provides Dual Credit Courses for NTH@C? New Tech learners take dual credit courses through Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) without paying tuition and fees. The learner is responsible for buying textbooks and materials. North Lake College is our primary DCCCD Campus; however, Brookhaven also offers a few courses and programs to CISD learners.
Dual Credit Program Options North Lake Individual Courses (Mornings 8:00-9:20) North Lake Multiple Courses Morning Block (8:00-10:50) Afternoon (2:40) Brookhaven Automotive Program Brookhaven EMT Program Brookhaven Child Development Program
Individual Dual Credit Courses Juniors and Seniors choose from the dual credit courses listed on the NTH@C website. Coordinate courses with NTH@C schedule. Learners are entitled to one college release period for each dual credit course. Learners may take up to 1 additional release period for travel. (This period takes the place of Junior /Senior Release). A learner must attend a minimum of 4 classes at NTH@C.
Automotive Dual Credit Program Began in 2010-11 school year Senior learners take 3 courses at NTH@C and are enrolled in 3 college courses at Brookhavens automotive facility. Learner earns a certification upon completion.
EMT Program Emergency Medical Technician Program Dual Credit course offered via partnership with Brookhaven Community College & Coppell Fire Dept. Course skills will be taught at CHS and applied through practical experience with Coppell FD and Las Colinas Medical Center. Course has limited number of spaces. Applications and information obtained by contacting Ray Pool email@example.com@coppellisd.com
How does a Learner Enroll? Pick up & complete enrollment packet or complete it online. Take registration packet with NTH@C transcript to North Lakes Dual Credit office/Enrollment Specialist. Learners will be given a Testing Referral to take the Accuplacer. (Learners can be exempt from the Accuplacer if they have met testing standards on the SAT or ACT or EXIT Level TAKS for current juniors only).
Enrollment contd Once approved to take a course by North Lake, North Lake will provide a Dual Credit Status Report to the student, which the learner will bring to his/her NTH@C counselor. NTH@C counselor will then sign learners enrollment form approving the specific course(s) learner intends to enroll in at North Lake. Learners must show proof of Meningitis Vaccination prior to enrollment in North Lake Classes.
Enrollment contd Learner enrolls in the course(s) selecting the specific program, teacher and time he/she will take the course(s). Learners bring verification of course enrollment to NTH@C counselor no later than the date determined by North Lake and the NTH@C, which will change semester to semester. This process is also posted on the NTH@C website under the counseling dual credit tab. http://www.coppellisd.com/Page/8907