Students are able to take college level courses to count both for college and high school credit through the DPS Concurrent Enrollment Program. DPS will reimburse a student for classes taken through Concurrent Enrollment up to the community college rate. An example of Concurrent Enrollment would be taking a college level math course and having it also count for a year of high school math.
HS counselors will hold an informational meeting about Concurrent Enrollment on Monday, October 9, 2017 at 7:40 am and again at 3:00 pm in the Counseling Center Conference Room.
They will hold a second round of these meetings on March 7, 2018 at 7:40 am and 3:00 pm in the Counseling Center Conference Room
To be eligible, students must
* Be deemed college ready by their school counselor or principal by placing at appropriate accuplacer lever
* Be grade 10 or above
* Accuplacer levels or scoring high enough on the ACT or SAT to waive the Accuplacer requirement.
Students may take up to:
* 10th grade: 6 college credit hours per year
* 11th grade: 12 college credit hours per year
* 12th grade: 12 college credit hours per year
(most college courses are 3 credit hours per semester)
* Students should contact their counselor if they are interested in Concurrent Enrollment.
* Students should enroll 60 days prior to the start of the semester they will take the class in.
* Students must enroll in guaranteed transfer courses unless they and their parents sign a waiver. Students can obtain a list of guaranteed transfer courses from their counselor.