Dual Enrollment

The Dual Enrollment program (formerly known as Move On When Ready) is specifically designed to provide high school  (including home-schooled students) with access to a number of opportunities for enhancing their high school curriculum and earning college credit before high school graduation. Some students are even able to earn an associate degree while in high school! Tuition and fees are covered through the program and textbooks are loaned to the student. Course specific fees, such as a science lab fee, must be paid by the student.

 

Application Process

  1. Complete online application
  2. Submit official high school and/or college transcripts (if attended dual enrollment classes at another institution)
  3. Submit test scores (see required test scores in chart below)
  4. Submit Certificate of Immunization
  5. Complete Dual Enrollment Funding Application

 

Other Information

Test Score Requirements*

10th Grade Requirements
Requirements
SAT Evidence-Based Reading & Writing 480
Math 510
Total (in a single national test administration) 1200
Act English or Reading 20
Math 20
Composite (in a single national test administration) 26
High School GPA 3.0
Age/Grade Level Students must be age 15 or older by the first day of the semester of enrollment.
11th & 12th Grade Requirements
Requirements
SAT Evidence-Based Reading & Writing 480
Math 510
Total (in a single national test administration) 1050
Act English or Reading 20
Math 20
Composite (in a single national test administration) 20
Accuplacer Reading 237
WritePlacer 4
Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra & Statistics 258
High School GPA 3.0
Age/Grade Level Students must be age 15 or older by the first day of the semester of enrollment.
*For students applying for the Spring 2022 semester or later, the testing requirements will be required.

 

Deadlines

  • View Dual Enrollment Admissions Application Deadlines
  • The Dual Enrollment admissions application will not be available after the application deadline. Students wishing to apply after the application deadline may still be accepted by submitting an application appeal. However, acceptance is not guaranteed and GHC cannot guarantee course availability.
  • Students must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA every semester to continue participation in the program.

 

For more information, contact the Dual Enrollment Coordinator at dualenroll@highlands.edu

 

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