INTERESTED IN TAKING FALL 2021 DUAL ENROLLMENT CLASSES AT CREEKSIDE HS?
Fall 2021 dual enrollment information at the college site will come out at a later time
Rising juniors and rising seniors can register for the following dual enrollment classes at their CHS registration appointment, if they qualify.
Rising Juniors - ENC 1101 and ENC 1102
Rising Seniors - ENC 1101, ENC 1102, MAC1105, STA2023, POS1112 and POS 1041
If you are a rising junior or senior and new to dual enrollment (have not taken a DE course previously) and want to register for Fall 2021 DE classes at Creekside, you must meet the following criteria:
· overall unweighted GPA of a 3.0 or higher at the time of your CHS registration appointment
· Completed online application AND printed/signed consent form (link is below for online application) - the FALL 2021 application does not come out until on or after 2/15/2021. Please do not complete the online application if you cannot choose Fall 2021 as your start term. Keep checking for when the fall application is out if you are not able to choose Fall 2021 as your start term then you will need to wait to complete the application until you can select Fall 2021 term
· Official SAT, ACT or PERT (attached are instructions on how to register for the PERT exam at SJRSC) scores - students can check the DE page on the CHS guidance website for qualifying test scores
Creekside registrations will start at the end of February and go through the end of March for their 2021-2022 schedule. Ideally, counselors would like to have students qualify and register for the DE classes they are eligible for at the students assigned CHS registration appointment. This will ensure the student gets placed into the DE class for the upcoming school year. However, students will have until June 9th, 2021 to qualify for DE classes at Creekside. If the Fall 2021 application is not out by the time the student h as their CHS registration appointment, they will have to wait until the Fall 2021 application is released and then we can add DE classes – see next line for how the registration will go.
If a student qualifies by the time they register at CHS the will need to bring their consent form from the online application and official test scores to their appointment. If they do not qualify by their CHS registration appointment, counselors will register the student in the HS equivalent course until all required forms are turned in to switch into the DE classes.
If you are a rising senior and currently taking Dual Enrollment classes and you would like to take DE math your senior year - all you need to do is submit qualifying test scores - SAT, ACT or PERT - at your CHS registration appointment.
Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to email your school counselor or check CHS guidance website under Dual Enrollment SJRSC.