Tag: dual enrollment

Graduating Early: Advice on Finishing High School in 3 Years

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, The University of Texas at Austin

If you feel ready to start college a little early, check out these tips on how to finish high school in three years. Yes, it is possible! read more

College Ready: How Dual Credit Helped Prepare Me for the Future

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Karen went to a dual credit high school during senior year, earning 35 credits before she graduated! Read on to learn how her experience prepared her for what lies ahead in college. read more

Pre-College Credit: How to Earn It and How It Transfers

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

There are plenty of ways to get credits for college in high school. Learn about different types of credits and how they might transfer with this helpful guide. read more

3 Things to Know About Graduating College Early

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, Cedarville University

RaeAnn graduated high school with enough credits to be classified as a college junior! Here's what she's learned on her path to graduating college early. read more

Dual Enrollment: The Secret to Getting Ahead in High School

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Dual enrollment is a great way to bring your academics to the next level. Here's how you can get ahead by taking college-level courses for credit in high school. read more

Dual Enrollment: Online vs. On-Campus Classes

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High School Student

Students interested in dual enrollment might be wondering whether to take a class on campus or online. Time to compare and contrast! read more

AP vs. Dual Enrollment Classes: What's the Difference?

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Student, Woodgrove High School

Dual enrollment classes and AP classes are similar--but they're not the same. Here are some of the major differences. read more

5 Reasons to Consider Dual Enrollment

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High School Student

Did you know you can earn college credit while you're in high school? Dual enrollment programs can give you a leg up on your freshman year and help you save on college costs. read more

The Pros and Cons of Dual Enrollment

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Did you know you don't have to wait until college to start earning college credit? Dual enrollment programs can help give you a leg up--just be sure you weigh the pros and cons. read more

Will a dual enrollment during high school increase my chances of being accepted into a university when I graduate?

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Dual enrollment is done in many ways: by taking courses given at the high school that are sponsored by a college or university and offer college credit or by enrolling (with permission from the high school) in a few courses at a local community college while still enrolled in high school. read more