Dual Enrollment gives high school students the chance to take college courses for college credit while also meeting high school graduation requirements. Students at White County High School can choose to dual enroll through North Georgia Technical College or Truett McConnell University and have the opportunity to take several courses at WCHS. Students can also choose to dual enroll through other local colleges and take courses on that college campus.
11th and 12th grade students are eligible to participate in Dual Enrollment. 10th grade students are eligible if they take the SAT and score a 1200 or the ACT and score a 26.
For an informational presentation on Dual Enrollment from our counseling department, please click here. This page also has a presentation on the Advanced Placement (AP) program.
WCHS Dual Enrollment Deadlines
Fall and Summer Terms: April 1
Spring Term: November 1
Colleges will also have their own deadlines to apply, which may be after the WCHS deadlines.
However, the WCHS deadlines will be firm deadlines for participation in the Dual Enrollment Program.
How to Apply for Dual Enrollment
Applying for Dual Enrollment Courses Available at WCHS:
After you Apply:
Step 5: If you are accepted, please notify your school counselor.
Links to local post-secondary institutions that offer Dual Enrollment:
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