Presentation on theme: "Dual Enrollment is an opportunity for eligible high school students to earn college credit during regular school hours at their home high school. The."— Presentation transcript:
Dual Enrollment is an opportunity for eligible high school students to earn college credit during regular school hours at their home high school. The credit earned may be used to complete an Associates Degree as well as a Bachelors Degree at a transfer University (depending on the receiving institutions requirements).
Dual Enrollment provides quality learning opportunities and helps high school students prepare for college. Some Dual Enrollment classes receive weighted grades. Earn college and high school credit simultaneously Save money on college tuition and textbooks Reduce college completion time Eliminate duplication of course work during freshman year
Dual Enrollment courses are primarily designed for high school juniors and seniors, however, under classmen are eligible for designated courses. To be eligible to take a Dual Enrollment course, students must meet the pre-requisite criteria for the course and may need to take a free assessment test of current skills in: English Math Science Foreign Language
Dual Enrollment Class3 Credits$ 243.00 Dual Enrollment Class4 Credits$ 324.00 Dual Enrollment Class5 Credits$ 405.00 Dual Enrollment classes are $81.00 per credit hour Dual Enrollment classes can be worth 3, 4 or 5 credits depending on subject area.
University classes can be 3, 4 or 5 credits depending on the subject area. University classes range from $460.00 To $523.00 per credit. 3 credit university class$ 1,380.00 4 credit university class$ 1,840.00 5 credit university class$ 2,300.00
AP StatsPre-CalculusBusiness Internship PhysicsHonor Pre-CalculusAP Psychology AP PhysicsAP Calculus A/BSpanish III and IV Honor PhysicsAP Calculus B/CASL II AP Am/Az Hist.English 101Japanese III Child Dev.English 102German III and IV College Math
Students who receive a letter grade of a C or better will receive college credit. If you plan on attending an out of stat college/university check with that institution to make sure that your Dual Enrollment class will meet the intended requirement
www.az.transfer.org For out of state schools check the schools web site or contact the office of admissions for their Dual Enrollment policy.
Advanced Placement classes allows students to participate in college level course and possibly earn college credit while still in high school. Students may take an examination at the completion of the course. Acceptable scores allow students to earn credit toward a degree, certificate, or other formal award.
The main advantage of taking an AP course is better preparation for college. Students also acquire sophisticated academic skills and increased self-confidence in preparation for college. Students who take AP classes receive a weighted grade. Earn college and high school credit simultaneously Save money on college tuition and text books Reduce college completion time Eliminate duplication of course work during freshman year
AP classes are primarily designed for high school juniors and seniors, however under classmen are eligible for designated courses. Students who wish to receive college credit for an AP class must take an AP exam at the end of the year. Students must meet a qualifying score in order to receive college credit. Check the college or universities web site for their AP credit policy
AP classes are FREE!!! AP exams cost approximately $85.00 per exam. students must take and pass the AP exam to receive college credit for the class. Financial assistance from The College Board is available for students in need.
AP BiologyAP Am/Az Hist.AP Psychology AP ChemistryAP GovernmentAP Art AP PhysicsAP Economics AP Calculus A/BAP Human Geo AP Calculus B/CAP English III AP World Hist.AP English IV
YES!!!! Students will receive college credit if they meet a qualifying score on the AP exam. Scores range from 1 to 5. The AP exams are given every year in May. Each college determines the score to be accepted for credit. Colleges may award 3 and sometimes 6 credits per test. Students should contact individual colleges to find out about their AP Policy.
Both Dual Enrollment and Advanced Placement : Earn high school and college credit simultaneously Save money Eliminate duplication of coursework Classes are taught on a high school campus Classes are taught at a college level
Dual EnrollmentAP Credit Must earn a C or higherAP Exam required for credit Placement test required To enroll in class Must meet qualifying score To earn college credit Non-weighted classesAll AP classes are weighted May receive 3 to 6 creditsMay receive up to 10 credits Per exam.
1.How do I register my student for DE classes? 2.When does my student take the placement test to enroll in a DE class? 3. Is there a deadline to enroll for a DE class? 4.When is payment due, and is there financial assistance? 5.Do I need to pay for each semester of the class? 6.If my student drops the class do I get a refund? 7.How do I register for an AP class? 8.When do I take the AP exam? 9.Do I have to take the AP exam to receive high school credit? 10.If I sign up for the AP exam and decide not to take it can I receive a refund?