Leading and Learning
Dual Enrollment

What is Dual Enrollment?

Dual enrollment is an acceleration program that allows students to take postsecondary coursework and simultaneously earn credit toward a high school diploma, a career certificate, an industry certification or an associate or baccalaureate degree at a Florida public or eligible private postsecondary institution. If you have questions about dual enrollment, please contact your school counselor. For more information, please visit the PHSC website.

COVID- 19 Dual Enrollment Updates

Fall 2023 Registration

Eligible dual enrollment students should utilize the Fall 2023 Dual Enrollment Online Registration and Course Request Worksheet to find important dates and to make plans for Fall dual enrollment coursework. In order for students to be able to register online during their assigned time, students and parents/guardians must meet the deadlines listed on the online registration worksheet. Below are a few important reminders when planning for Fall Dual Enrollment.

  • Dual Enrollment students can only take courses during the Fall Term I (8/21 – 12/08).
  • The number of credit hours that can be accessed are:

    • 12th grade students eligible to take dual enrollment classes may enroll in a maximum course load of sixteen (16) credit hours in the fall (Term I) and spring (Term II) semesters. They may take dual enrollment classes at the high school, on PHSC campuses, or online. They are not eligible to take dual enrollment classes in the summer of their graduating year.

    • 11th grade students eligible to take dual enrollment classes may enroll in a maximum course load of sixteen (16) credit hours in the fall (Term I) and spring (Term II) semesters and up to eight (8) credit hours in the summer semester (Term III only).

    • 10th grade students eligible to take dual enrollment classes may choose to enroll in up to seven (7) credit hours of their maximum course load in sections of courses offered on PHSC campuses or online. They may access additional sections of courses, up to the maximum course load (sixteen (16) credit hours), on their high school campus per semester: fall (Term I), spring (Term II). In summer (Term III only) they may enroll in up to seven (7) credit hours.

    • 9th grade students may take courses at the high school and may choose to enroll in up to three (3) credit hours of courses offered online by PHSC per semester: fall (Term I), spring (Term II), and summer (Term III only).

  • All DE students must complete the DE orientation in Canvas. Click here for more information on how to complete this.

If you have questions about the dual enrollment registration process, please contact your school counselor. For more information, please visit the PHSC website.

Testing Update:

PHSC Testing Services administers common placement tests on campus and through virtual proctoring.  Students may schedule an exam at https://testing.phsc.edu/schedule-exam/exam. Click here for FAQs.

Click here for directions on completing the online registration process

For Dual Enrollment textbook information, please see the 

Dual Enrollment Drop-Off and Pick-Up FAQs

For Dual Enrollment textbook drop-off and pick-up locations, dates, and times, please see the flyer

 

Dual Enrollment Flyer

Grades

Dual Enrollment grades are reported in the PHSC platform WISE. Due to FERPA guidelines, parents of college students, including dual enrollment, do not have access to this platform unless the student shares this information. Grades for dual enrollment courses taken on the high school campus are also kept in the WISE platform and not in myStudent. Please talk with your student to gain access to grades.

Eligibility Criteria

Students must meet the following eligibility criteria per Section 1007.271(3), F.S.:

  • Be enrolled as a student in a Florida public or nonpublic secondary school (grades 6-12), or in a home education program;
  • Have a 3.0 unweighted high school grade point average (GPA) to enroll in college credits, or a 2.0 unweighted high school GPA to enroll in career dual enrollment courses;
  • For college credits, achieve a minimum score on a common placement test, please click HERE to view the required scores.;
  • Meet any additional eligibility criteria specified by the postsecondary institution in the Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement; and
  • Not be scheduled to graduate from high school prior to the completion of the dual enrollment course.

Students must maintain at least a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA and the 2.0 postsecondary GPA specified in the Dual Agreement Articulation Agreement for continued eligibility to participate in college credit dual enrollment courses. Students may be removed from dual enrollment courses if their GPA falls below the required 3.0. If you are unsure if your student meets the above criteria, please contact your school counselor.

Fall 2023 Registration

Eligible dual enrollment students should utilize the Fall 2023 Dual Enrollment Online Registration and Course Request Worksheet to find important dates and to make plans for Fall dual enrollment coursework. In order for students to be able to register online during their assigned time, students and parents/guardians must meet the deadlines listed on the online registration worksheet. Below are a few important reminders when planning for Fall Dual Enrollment.

  • Dual Enrollment students can only take courses during the Fall Term I (8/21 – 12/08).
  • The number of credit hours that can be accessed are:

    • 12th grade students eligible to take dual enrollment classes may enroll in a maximum course load of sixteen (16) credit hours in the fall (Term I) and spring (Term II) semesters. They may take dual enrollment classes at the high school, on PHSC campuses, or online. They are not eligible to take dual enrollment classes in the summer of their graduating year.

    • 11th grade students eligible to take dual enrollment classes may enroll in a maximum course load of sixteen (16) credit hours in the fall (Term I) and spring (Term II) semesters and up to eight (8) credit hours in the summer semester (Term III only).

    • 10th grade students eligible to take dual enrollment classes may choose to enroll in up to seven (7) credit hours of their maximum course load in sections of courses offered on PHSC campuses or online. They may access additional sections of courses, up to the maximum course load (sixteen (16) credit hours), on their high school campus per semester: fall (Term I), spring (Term II). In summer (Term III only) they may enroll in up to seven (7) credit hours.

    • 9th grade students may take courses at the high school and may choose to enroll in up to three (3) credit hours of courses offered online by PHSC per semester: fall (Term I), spring (Term II), and summer (Term III only).

  • All DE students must complete the DE orientation in Canvas. Click here for more information on how to complete this.

If you have questions about the dual enrollment registration process, please contact your school counselor. For more information, please visit the PHSC website.

Testing Update:

PHSC Testing Services administers common placement tests on campus and through virtual proctoring.  Students may schedule an exam at https://testing.phsc.edu/schedule-exam/exam. Click here for FAQs.

Click here for directions on completing the online registration process

For Dual Enrollment textbook information, please see the 

Dual Enrollment Drop-Off and Pick-Up FAQs

For Dual Enrollment textbook drop-off and pick-up locations, dates, and times, please see the flyer

 

Dual Enrollment Flyer

Grades

Dual Enrollment grades are reported in the PHSC platform WISE. Due to FERPA guidelines, parents of college students, including dual enrollment, do not have access to this platform unless the student shares this information. Grades for dual enrollment courses taken on the high school campus are also kept in the WISE platform and not in myStudent. Please talk with your student to gain access to grades.

Eligibility Criteria

Students must meet the following eligibility criteria per Section 1007.271(3), F.S.:

  • Be enrolled as a student in a Florida public or nonpublic secondary school (grades 6-12), or in a home education program;
  • Have a 3.0 unweighted high school grade point average (GPA) to enroll in college credits, or a 2.0 unweighted high school GPA to enroll in career dual enrollment courses;
  • For college credits, achieve a minimum score on a common placement test, please click HERE to view the required scores.;
  • Meet any additional eligibility criteria specified by the postsecondary institution in the Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement; and
  • Not be scheduled to graduate from high school prior to the completion of the dual enrollment course.

Students must maintain at least a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA and the 2.0 postsecondary GPA specified in the Dual Agreement Articulation Agreement for continued eligibility to participate in college credit dual enrollment courses. Students may be removed from dual enrollment courses if their GPA falls below the required 3.0. If you are unsure if your student meets the above criteria, please contact your school counselor.