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1 Success By Design Conference Florida State College at Jacksonville October 25, 2013

2 Wendy W. Dunlap, Director Bernadette Hardeman, Coordinator Vera C. Bussey, Instructional Specialist Jenna L. Senkowsky, Instructional Specialist

3 Acceleration Programs designed to shorten the path to a traditional Programs:4-year college degree AICE: Advanced International Certificate of Education AP: Advanced Placement DE: Dual Enrollment EA: Early Admit EC: Early College HSAP: High School Acceleration Programs IB: International Baccalaureate PERT: Postsecondary Education Readiness Test

4 There are no consequences for students who withdraw (WD) from dual enrollment courses. An Early College student who earns an AA degree will only be required to complete two more years of college course work to earn a Bachelors Degree. An AICE diploma is equivalent to a Duval County High School diploma. Students should only apply to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme if they want to attend a university in another country. AP courses are for students who only earn good grades.

5 Accelerated Skill Development Curve Test Preparation Pathway for underrepresented students to experience the rigor of higher education Grade Point Average (High School, College, Bright Futures Scholarship) Favorable consideration in the college admission process 1 In college students are more likely to 1 : Graduate with academic honors Earn higher GPA Graduate within four years Be accepted into graduate program Cost of a college education can be significantly reduced 1 Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (oppaga) Report No. 06-27

6 Cambridge AICE Diploma Earn between 18 and 45 college credits Advanced Placement Earn between 27 and 45 college credits Early College Earn AA degree Earn 60 college credits IB Diploma Earn between 18 and 45 college credits

7 1007.271Dual enrollment programs The dual enrollment program is the enrollment of an eligible secondary student or home education student in a postsecondary course creditable toward high school completion and a career certificate or an associate or baccalaureate degree. IS DUAL ENROLLMENT FOR YOU?

8 Grade 8 Apply Grade 9 1 DE Course - SLS1103** Grade 10 3-4 DE Courses** Grades 11-12 Full- time at FSCJ campus ** Students at the high school Early College Programs Robert E. Lee Sandalwood Jean Ribault Englewood

9 Eligible in Grade 11 Exception – Grade 10 Foreign Language Options for enrollment (High School site, FSCJ campus, FSCJ online) Fall/Spring Term – 4 course maximum; Summer Term – 2 course maximum 3.0 Un-weighted GPA Postsecondary Ready Eligibility Scores Reading/Writing/Math General Education Courses Approved SLS1103 Strategies for Success (Pilot course with different eligibility criteria)

10 Early Admissions is a form of dual enrollment through which eligible high school students enroll in a postsecondary Institution at the college or university on a full-time basis for both the fall and spring of their senior year in courses that are used both toward completion of a high school diploma and the associate or baccalaureate degree (s. 1007.27(5), F.S.). Articulation Agreement with FSCJ & UNF Grade 12 Full-time at the college Higher GPA requirement than Traditional DE Students must be enrolled in a Duval County Public School by November 1 of the junior year

11 Internationally recognized, rigorous, pre-university curriculum and examination system Flexible curriculum Mathematics & Science Languages Arts & Humanities Mandarin High School Duncan U. Fletcher High School Nathan B. Forrest High School William M. Raines High School

12 Rigorous, internationally recognized pre-university course of study One course from each group 1 to 5 One course from group 6 or a second subject from group 1 to 5 Core requirements: Extended Essay (EE) Theory of Knowledge (TOK) Creativity, Action, Service (CAS) StantonPaxon Ed White Terry Parker Wolfson

13 IB Diploma recipients qualify for the Florida Academic Scholars award Community service hours recognized within diploma No SAT/ACT test score required AICE Diploma recipients qualify for the Florida Academic Scholars award 100 hours of community service required No SAT/ACT test score required

14 Grades 9-12 Prerequisite for grade 9: Level 4+ on eighth grade FCAT-Reading. Prerequisite for grades 10-12: High Level 3+ on most recent FCAT- Reading. Parent Opt-In Waiver 34 AP courses offered in the following subjects: Arts English History & Social Science Math & computer Science Sciences World Languages & Cultures Hands on approach to learning Provide opportunity to select individual courses

15 Standardized examinations May administration only 2-3 hours long Combination of multiple choice and free-response Essay; Solution to a problem; Spoken response Scored by college professors and AP teachers Scored on a scale of 1 to 5 Get the credit

16 Access point of entry other than 9 th grade Lack of prerequisite knowledge, skills, and intrinsic motivation Balancing academics and extracurricular Recognition of credits Public vs. Private and out of state Permanent college record (DE/EC) Adverse affects on college GPA and financial aid Course selections (DE/EC) Prerequisites for intended major Course offerings vary by school


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