What is Dual Enrollment?
Dual Enrollment (DE) 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. Students can take academic core classes or technical classes through colleges on the approved list. A list of Dual Enrollment Participating Institutions.
See details on the Dual Enrollment program from the Georgia Department of Education.
Am I a Good Fit for Dual Enrollment?
When considering the Dual Enrollment (DE) program, you should understand the characteristics of students who are successful in college classes. DE students become students of the college, not just the high school and should exhibit the following characteristics:
Can articulate why he/she is interested in Dual Enrollment
Meets college DE admissions requirements
Can follow through on multi-step tasks
Has a specific pathway planned for graduation
Join us for a live discussion on what dual enrollment is and how to apply! This is a required first step in order to participate.
Sessions take place every Thursday from 3:35 pm - 4:15 pm.
Location: See your Jigsaw Page!
- How do I start the process to sign up for dual enrollment?
- Are DE students still considered students at their high school?
- How do college grades transfer to the student’s high school transcript?
- What colleges can I choose from to do dual enrollment?
- Will DE grades transfer to a student’s future college?
- How do students send their DE grades/credits to their future college?