Info for Schools
Review the following frequently asked questions to learn more about Dual Enrollment Academy and how it can benefit your students.
Dual Enrollment Academy allows students to take a college level course while in high school. Because the courses are online, the student is not restricted by location. These courses are offered at reduced tuition.
Courses are offered at a reduced tuition rate of $175 per credit. That’s almost a 50% savings.
The school may pay for the course or pass the cost onto the student. It is the school’s choice and they must communicate the decision to the student/family. If the school does not pay, the student may still opt to take a course, but they will have to self-pay. In any case, the school is always billed. The school must collect from the student if they choose to bill the student.
The textbooks are the responsibility of the school district. The district should obtain the textbooks for the students or assist the students in obtaining the books. The district may bill the students for the textbooks. The district should communicate costs to the student/family.
No. The Dual Enrollment Academy is an alternative to the Early College Credit Program which is state legislated and has its own approval requirements. Approval for Dual Enrollment Academy is at the discretion of the school.