3 Ways to Earn College Credit While Still in High School
Advanced Placement (AP)
Through college-level AP courses, students enter a universe of knowledge that might otherwise remain unexplored in high school. Through AP exams, each student has the opportunity to earn credit or advanced standing at most of the nation’s colleges and universities. AP course are available to 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students.
AVAILABLE ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES:
- American History
- Art History
- Biology II
- Chemistry II
- English IV
- European History
- Human Geography
- Physics I & II
- US Government
- World History
College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
The deadline to submit dual enrollment applications is Thursday, 8/27. Applications will be completed online, printed, and submitted to your classroom dual enrollment teacher. Students are allowed free tuition for one class at either university. Courses at Louisiana Tech have an additional application fee/packet fee.
The following courses are being offered for dual credit this Fall.
- Advanced Math- Sermons
- Pre-Calculus- Algood
- AP Statistics- Algood
- AP Calculus- Algood
- AP Biology- Wrobel
- Medical Terminology- White
- AP United States History- Rowe
- AP European History- Lary
- English IV Enriched- C. Williams
- English IV AP- Carberry
- English IV GT/AP- Guillot
Please see the attachments for step by step instructions to apply at each university as well as admissions requirements and cost.
CLICK HERE for LSUS Dual Enrollment Form
CLICK HERE for LA Tech Dual Enrollment Form
**Dual enrollment is only offered through the instructors listed above. Please check your child’s schedule on jcampus before signing up. Some courses are only offered as dual credit for the spring semester. That registration will take place at a later date.