Dual EnrollmentElizabethtown Area High School's Dual Enrollment program allows students in grades 9-12 to get a jump start on college while still attending high school.Dual Enrollment is when high school students take college classes. The students are enrolled in high school and college at the same time. It allows for advanced course work, the opportunity to earn transferable college credit. enables a wide variety of electives, eases the transition to college, and is cost effective as many colleges offer a reduced tuition rate.While students can take dual enrollment courses at any post-secondary institution, EASD has developed partnerships with a number of local colleges. Click the links below to learn more about the dual enrollment program with each respective institution.
Dual Enrollment Guidelines:
- Grades 9-12
- Grades count toward HS GPA
- 1.20 weighted grade
- Maximum of 5 courses can be taken between grades 9-12 from accredited colleges. If students desire to take more than 5 courses, they must identify which courses will count toward GPA prior to enrolling. All other courses will be for enrichment purposes only and will not count toward final GPA.
- Each dual enrollment course can count as 1 high school credit. If additional dual enrollment courses are desired that make the total requested high school credits greater than 8 per year, then the additional course will count as enrichment and not toward HS GPA. The enrichment course must be identified prior to the course beginning.
- Course must be taken during the academic year for grade to count; courses taken over the summer will be counted for enrichment and will not count towards GPA or high school credits
- It is the student's responsibility to contact colleges they are considering attending after high school to determine if the dual enrollment course will be accepted for transfer credit. Taking dual enrollment courses does not necessarily guarantee transferable credits.
- Failed dual enrollment courses may need be remediated and could cause the student to be ineligible for graduation
Steps to Enroll:
- Complete the dual enrollment interest survey by June 30, 2018.
- Set up a meeting with your counselor, discuss your goals, and develop a plan
- Parent/guardian approval of plan
- Administration approval of plan
- Attend dual enrollment information meeting in November and/or April
- Complete necessary paperwork, submit to your counselor
- June 30, 2018- Deadline to complete interest survey and Dual Enrollment Intent Form for all dual enrollment courses- both fall and spring of the 2018-2019 school year
- June 30, 2018- Deadline to submit college applications to the counseling offices for all fall dual enrollment courses
- December 14, 2018- Deadline to submit college applications to the counseling offices for all spring dual enrollment courses
- Dual Enrollment Intent Form due by June 30, 2018
$100 per credit- 4 credits
Fall- August 1
Spring- December 14Harrisburg Area Community College$125 per credit- 3 creditsFall- August 1Spring- December 14Online classes availableGrade 11-12Penn State University- York(must complete application on computer)50% reducedFall- August 1Spring- December 1Millersville University$505 per class- 3 creditsFall- May 15Spring- November 15Online classes availableGrade 11-12Pennsylvania College of Health SciencesApply code= dual18$840 per class- 3 creditsOnline classes availableGrade 11-12Thaddeus Stevens College50% off tuition, free if $ needSeniors only- early enrollmentEnroll in spring of 11th gradeLancaster Bible College1 class free per semester$105 in feesFall- July 18Spring- December 14Grade 11-12Lancaster CountyCareer and Technology Center
College credit can be earned
through many programs