Combining High School and College

Whether you are home schooled or attend a local private or public high school, CVCC has classes and programs that meet both college and high school requirements.  We offer five Dual Enrollment options.

Many educators view Dual Enrollment as a great strategy to help a broader range of students make the transition from high school to college.

Dual Enrollment Options

Options
Area of Study
Credential
Location
Transportation
Logistics

Career/Technical

Career Studies Certificate in one of the areas of study listed

CVCC Campus

School Bus

Students will come to CVCC’s main campus for half day and remain at the high school for the other half.  These classes are limited to high school seniors.

Early College

General Studies

Associate Degree

CVCC Campus/Centers

School Bus

A competitive admissions process selects a cohort of students that attend classes at a CVCC Campus or center during their junior and senior year.  The classes are only for the cohort of students.

Independent

Student’s decision

Student’s decision

CVCC Campus/Centers

Not provided

Classes are taken with college students and scheduling between high school and college classes can be challenging due to travel requirements

STEM Academy

 

Career Studies Certificate in one of the areas of study listed

CVCC Campus

School Bus

A competitive admissions process select students that will come to CVCC’s main campus for half day and remain at the high school for the other half.  Classes are limited to high school students.

Traditional

Biology, English, Math

Not Applicable

High School

School Bus

Classes are taught by college-approved high school faculty at the high school.  Classes are limited to high school students.

Students must have a CVCC “permission to enroll form” signed by either their high school principal or guidance counselor giving consent for them to take classes at CVCC.  Students can also contact their high school counselor, CVCC Career Coach or the business office for information about tuition, books, and program costs.