What is Dual Enrollment?
- Dual Enrollment is when a high school student is enrolled in college classes while still in high school. We currently have agreements with CCBC and Penn State-Beaver.
What are some of the benefits of Dual Enrollment?
- You can earn college credits while still in high school: Save time & money!
- You experience college academics & expectations: It is an excellent way to prepare for your freshman year!
Who is eligible for Dual Enrollment?
- Juniors & Seniors with a GPA close to 3.0 and a good attendance record.
How much does Dual Enrollment costs?
Penn State Beaver offers all students taking a Dual Enrollment course a 50% grant-in-aid. So, Penn State courses can be taken at half the cost of Penn State's cost per credit.
To view CCBC’s tuition rate click here.
Dual Enrollment Under Cost
Our school has been awarded a $75,000 Dual Enrollment Grant to be used with CCBC Including Academies). Penn State Beaver, and Geneva College. All grant funds must be expended by June 30,2024. Individual students are allotted $1670 per semester to cover expenses and $3340 for the year per student.
How do you become a “dual enrolled” student?
Stop by the guidance office and speak with your counselor to register.