Concurrent Credit


Concurrent Classes and Enrollment


What’s in it for me?

Concurrent Enrollment courses offer students many opportunities and advantages.  Here are a few that might be appealing:

  • Earn college credits early!

  • Prepare early for the rigor of college courses!

  • CE students can take college courses at a fraction of the cost of regular college courses!

  • Courses are transferable toward a college degree!


Concurrent Enrollment Student Role

The CE student’s role is to study, learn, and appreciate the beginning of the adventure into college life!  The student’s primary concern should be to utilize the CE program and the courses offered to their full potential. This can and will allow students a more successful and focused acclimation to on-campus college life!  Student’s responsibilities include:

  • review and understand expectations/privileges

  • review, understand and follow the course syllabus

  • keep records, review transcripts, and pay your bill through college’s website


Contact

Who do I contact for questions?
A-Dh    Ms. Spring        qspring@bryantschools.org
Di-Kh    Mrs. Watkins    jwatkins@bryantschools.org
Ki-Rh    Mrs. Rodgers    brodgers@bryantschools.org
Ri-Z     Mr. Jones        rjones@bryantschools.org
ESL    Mrs. Oury        aoury@bryantschools.org      


Concurrent Courses: HSU/Bryant High School


2019-2020 Henderson State Application and Consent Form

Concurrent Course Application

Parental Consent and  FERPA forms

Directions to fill out the application are linked here.

Frequently Asked Questions.


Submit all paperwork to the Counselor's Office by May 10 even if you have not taken the ACT yet. Your last chance to earn a qualifying score is the June ACT test.


CoursesRequired Test Scores
Bryant CourseHSU CourseCompReadEnglishMathPrerequisiteSemesterCost
AP® Language & Composition
Freshman English A191919n/an/aFall$50
Freshman English B191919n/aFreshman English ASpring$50
AP® Literature & Composition
World Literature 1 191919n/an/aFall$50
World Literature 2191919n/aWorld Literature 1Spring $50
Composition I/II (for Seniors)
Freshman English A191919n/an/aFall$50
Freshman English B191919n/aFreshman English ASpring$50
Spanish IISpanish I191919n/an/aYear$50
Spanish IIISpanish II191919n/aSpanish IYear$50
AP® Spanish Language
Spanish I 191919n/an/aFall$50
Spanish II191919n/aSpanish ISpring$50
French IIFrench I191919n/an/aYear$50
French IIIFrench II191919n/aFrench IYear$50
Western Civilization I/II
Civilization to 1660191919n/aCivilization to 1660Fall$50
Civilization from 1660191919n/an/aSpring$50
AP® BiologyIntro to Biology/Biology Lab1919n/a21n/aYear$50
Algebra IIIEnhanced College Algebra1919n/a17n/aYear$50
Pre-AP Pre-Cal/Trig
College Algebra 1919n/a21College Algebra Fall$50
Trigonometry1919n/a21n/aSpring$50
AP® Calculus ABCalculus 11919n/a21College Algebra/ TrigYear$50
AP® Calculus BC
Calculus 1 1919n/a21College Algebra/ TrigFall$50
Calculus 21919n/a21College Algebra/ TrigSpring$50
AP® StatisticsStatistical Methods1919n/a21College AlgebraYear$50
AP® Music TheoryIntro to Music Theory191919n/an/aYear$50
Orientation to Teaching IIIntroduction to Education20202020n/aSpring$50

*** June 2018 is the last ACT that will be accepted for the 2018-2019 school year.



Concurrent Courses: UA-Pulaski Tech/Bryant High School


Auto Tech                Baking

Auto Collision Repair                        

Culinary Arts

Medical Professions

Hospitality Management



PTC-

  1. All paperwork will be done at the Career Center in August.

  2. Students must have a 13 on the Reading section of the ACT


Concurrent Transcripts

Graduating seniors that have been enrolled in Concurrent Courses at UALR or HSU will need to get a transcript from either school sent to the Institution he/she is attending this fall.  Students will not be able to use their Bryant High School transcript to get college credit for Concurrent Courses. 




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