• Dual Credit and College Information 

    Dual credit is a great opportunity for students to receive both high school and college credit.  Dual credit has many benefits including:

    • A smoother transition between high school and college
    • First-hand exposure to college-level work while still in high school
    • A chance to complete their degree faster
    • An industry recognized certificate
    • An opportunity to begin their freshman year of college with college credits while they also earn credits towards high school graduation
    • Dual enrollment is a cost-effective way to earn college credit
    • Dual-enrollment students are more likely to attend and graduate from college.

    Important Resources:

    Midwest Student Exchange Program:

    The Midwest Student Exchange Program charge students no more than 150% of the in-state resident tuition rate for specific programs. Private institutions offer a 10% reduction in tuition rates. You must enroll as a non-resident student at a participating MSEP campus to receive a discount.  All enrollment decisions are made at the discretion of the receiving campus and the campus may exercise its right to limit participation or set specific admission requirements for MSEP.

    Athletic Eligibility Requirements: 

    Division III colleges and universities set their own admissions standards.

    NCAA Division I and II

    Advanced Placement Courses

    Students may select from AP courses in: Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, English Literature, Government, Statistics and United States History, Computer Programming and Physics.

    Participation in the College Board's Advanced Placement Program enables students to pursue college-level studies while still in high school. AP teachers participate in AP workshops where they receive intensive training on the content and methods of teaching AP courses. AP exams administered each May give students the opportunity to earn college credit. Because of the high standards of AP over 90% of the nation's colleges and universities have an AP policy granting students credit, placement, or both for qualifying AP exam grades. The college policy determines the exam grades that qualify. AP not only gives students the opportunity to earn college credits but AP's rigor also prepares students to succeed in college. These courses involve much more time due to the difficult coursework. Students must carefully decide if they will be able to meet the expectations of the class.

    *Please note:
    APUSH (AP US History) & AP Biology are yearlong classes.
    AP Calculus, AP Statistics, AP Chemistry, & AP Literature, are all 2nd semester classes.
    AP Government classes are offered both 1st and 2nd semester 

Dual Credit Offerings