CCI Academy FAqs
Dual Enrollment FAQs
What is Dual Enrollment?
Dual Enrollment (DE) is a Georgia funded program that allows high school students to take college courses that can simultaneously count toward high school and college requirements.
What courses are available?
Approved courses include:
Core academic areas (English, math, science, social studies and world (foreign) languages)
Course categories such as: fine arts, physical education and health are no longer eligible.
Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) courses. This includes all CCI programs
Am I a good fit for Dual Enrollment?
Dual Enrollment Eligibility
What are the Dual Enrollment eligibility requirements?
Funding Cap Eligibility
What are the limits on the state-funded Dual Enrollment funding Program?
The Dual Enrollment Funding Cap is 30 semester or 45 quarter hours. This is a hard cap. The hours are based on hours paid by Dual Enrollment funding for terms of enrollment in the program.
All first-time students effective Summer term 2020 and beyond are subject to the Dual Enrollment Funding Cap.
Grade Level Eligibility
Who is eligible to participate in the Dual Enrollment funding Program?
Students in the 9th grade are not eligible to participate in the Dual Enrollment funding Program.
11th & 12th Graders
Eligible students may take any approved Dual Enrollment courses listed on the Course Directory, at an eligible participating postsecondary institution (USG, TCSG or private).
All eligible 10th Graders may enroll in approved Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) courses listed on the Course Directory at a participating TCSG institution only. This includes CCI programs.
10th Graders who have a minimum SAT score of 1200 or minimum ACT composite score of 26 in a single national test administration, may enroll in any approved courses listed on the Course Directory at a TCSG, USG or private eligible participating postsecondary institution
What are the Pros and Cons of Dual Enrollment?