In the Dual Enrollment Program, a student is enrolled in courses at both the high school and college level. College courses attempted will appear on both of these transcripts, fulfilling graduation requirements as well as figuring into the GPA for the HOPE Scholarship. Juniors and Seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA who are on track for graduation can qualify for the Dual Enrollment Program. We are currently working with Clayton State University and Point University under this program.
The first step to become a student in the Dual Enrollment program is to be enrolled at The Campus. Students must then be approved by our Director and Headmaster Evelyn Plott, followed by a meeting with Academic and Guidance Director Andra Farill to find out what courses are needed or can be taken at one of the college campuses. Once the student knows which college he/she wishes to attend for the program, he/she needs to fill out that school’s application and submit all required documents. Next, fill out the ACCEL application online, wait on courses to be approved and enroll once you are notified.
For each college class taken, the student earns 1 credit on his/her high school transcript, as well as the designated number of hours (3 or 4) on his/her college transcript. We work with students so that they can take classes at our campus as well as at the respective college campus.
We accept current students as well as new enrollments into the Dual Enrollment Program. The ACCEL Grant, a division of the HOPE Scholarship, pays for courses taken at the college level. For more information on the ACCEL Grant, click here.