DUAL ENROLLMENT with MONTGOMERY COLLEGE
Montgomery County Public Schools and Montgomery College (MC) have partnered to offer college ready high school students with opportunities to earn college credits while fulfilling their graduation requirements. Current high school students may be eligible for Early College or Jump Start to College for Dual Enrollment.
DUAL ENROLLMENT IS AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS IN GRADES 9 THROUGH 12.
FALL, WINTER AND SPRING SEMESTERS AT MONTGOMERY COLLEGE ARE AT NO COST TO THE STUDENT OR FAMILY.
Students who enroll in the Early College program must apply the fall of their sophomore year and will attend ALL classes their junior and senior years at Montgomery College. Students in Early College will earn an Associate's Degree along with their high school diploma. For more information, visit Montgomery College Early College Programs and Montgomery College Dual Enrollment Pathways or email email@example.com.
Students interested in Early College must contact Montgomery College directly to enroll at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jump Start to College
Jump Start to College is the MCPS and MC general Dual Enrollment program that allows all eligible high schoolers to earn college credits while completing their high school graduation requirements. CLICK HERE to see a list of courses that MCPS has approved. More information can be found about Jump Start to College by visiting Jump Start to College General Information and Jump Start to College Pathway Programs. Students should begin their process of enrolling in this program by speaking with their counselor or the College & Career Coordinator, Ms. Lyons.
Dual Enrollment & NCAA
Dual Enrollment coursework may be used to satisfy NCAA core course requirements if the courses appear on the student’s high school transcript with grade and credit and meet all requirements for an NCAA-approved core course. College courses must be placed on the student’s high school transcript with a designation that the course was completed through a two- or four-year college. Courses completed at a college should not be submitted for your high school’s list of NCAA courses. However, Dual Enrollment courses that meet core course requirements and are taught by your high school instructors should be submitted for inclusion on your school’s core course list.