Website Update Announcement
Interested in Concurrent Enrollment? (Also known as Dual Enrollment)
It is STRONGLY encouraged for all college bound Epic students to participate in dual enrollment opportunities. Dual enrollment is when a student is enrolled in both high school and college courses at the same time. The college courses then count as credits on both the high school and college transcripts.
Benefits of dual enrollment include: saving time and money, trying college level classes, preparing for academic challenges, and exploring interest areas and possible options for majors.
Option 1: Enroll in a TEL Library College Course through Epic. These courses are online and do not require books. Each course costs $75 through the Learning Fund.
lease see the 2019 Course Catalog for more details.
If you are interested in enrolling in any of the courses listed, please notify your teacher. *Minimum GPA required of a 3.0.
Option 2: Juniors and Seniors who have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA or a 19 Composite on the ACT are eligible to apply for dual enrollment.
Step 1 – Choose the college.
Step 3 – Get the requested Dual Enrollment Form signed by your Graduation Support Manager. *Provided by the college.
Step 4 – If accepted, enroll into classes at the selected school. *Some courses will require an ACT score higher than a 19.
Step 5 – Provide your GSM with your course schedule, so the classes can be added to your schedule.
Example of how dual enrollment can work:
Senior enrolls in Language and Composition 1 in the fall and Literature and Composition 2 in the spring. These courses count as college credit and replace Senior English A and B.
Who covers the cost of Dual Enrollment?
Currently in the state of Oklahoma there is no funding for Juniors to receive tuition waivers through the OK Regents. Therefore, juniors enrolling in dual enrollment may use available funds from the learning fund and/or pay out of pocket for dual enrollment courses. **Tulsa Community College will cover 18 hours of tuition for juniors limited to 6 credit hours the summer before, the fall and spring of the student’s junior year. You do not have to live in Tulsa to attend Tulsa Community College.
Seniors qualify to get 18 hours of tuition waivers through funding from the OK Regents.
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Next, you will explore the Career Tech locations in your district. Then explore the programs and classes offered as the courses vary by location. You will apply directly with the Career Tech. For most programs, you will apply online and then meet with an advisor at the Career Tech. If accepted, you will submit the schedule to your teacher and assigned Graduation Support Manager (GSM). **Most students apply for a career tech program during their 10
grade year and begin the program during their 11
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