Bryan High School has an agreement with Blinn College (see below) to offer dual credit classes for eligible juniors and seniors. Taking a dual credit class means that credit is awarded for both high school and college. The high school credit is weighted on a 6-point scale. Earning a grade of 80 or above in a college course counts as an advanced measure for graduation under the distinguished achievement plan (DAP).
US History (11th grade) -- HIST 1301 and 1302
English 4 (12th grade) -- ENGL 1301 and 1302
Government (12th grade) -- GOVT 2305
Economics (12th grade) -- ECON 2301
DUAL CREDIT INFORMATION
Blinn representatives will be on campus this spring to present information about taking dual credit classes for next school year. All students wishing to take dual credit classes next year will need to contact the Blinn Testing Office to set up a time to test. For further information, please stop by your counselor's office or the GO Center for a handout.
- Overview of the benefits and challenges of dual credit courses at Blinn College.
- Detailed instructions for the enrollment process
- Course schedules and bills will no longer be mailed; they can be accessed through students' myBlinn account. Payments can also be made online. For detailed information/instructions about myBlinn, click "Enrollment process" above.
The Blinn contact is Elaine Abshire (firstname.lastname@example.org), and her phone number is 979-209-7547.
At BHS, TaShauna Green (email@example.com) can answer questions.