Dual enrollment is a program in which students in grades 11 or 12 can enroll in a college class while still in high school. A student can elect to take a course for both college and high school credit.
The State School Aid law requires local school districts to pay tuition and fees of a high school senior or junior attending a post secondary institution when the following dual enrollment conditions are met:
- Students are in grade 11 and 12. Grade 10 is at the discretion of the administration.
- Students who have good attendance and a good academic history are eligible to enroll.
- Students must be enrolled in both the school district and post secondary institution during the school districts regular academic year and must be enrolled in at least 1 academic class.