Dual Enrollment

  • Dual Enrollment offers options for students to earn college credits and meet high school graduation requirements at the same time.  To learn more about Dual Enrollment, please see the presentation from AP/Dual Enrollment Night linked here.  The Clarke County School District has Dual Enrollment agreements in place with the following institutions: 

     

    ACCA

    Athens Community Career Academy (ACCA)

    At the ACCA, students may study high school or college level classes (career or academic) for free!

    See the ACCA's presentation from AP/Dual Enrollment Night here.

     


     

     

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    Athens Technical College 

    Grades 9, 10, 11, 12

    GPA: 2.0 for occupational classes; 3.0 for academic core classes

    “program ready score” on the COMPASS, ASSET, Accuplacer, SAT or ACT

    Early deadline March 1; final deadline July 1

     


     

    GMC

    Georgia Military College

    Grades 11 & 12

    GPA: 2.5

    SAT Critical Reading score of at least 480 (prior to March 2016),  OR an SAT Reading score of at least 26 (after March 2016), OR ACT English score of at least 20.

    SAT Math score of at least 440 (prior to March 2016), OR an SAT Math score of at least 24 (after March 2016) OR ACT Math score of at least 18.

     


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    University of North Georgia

    Grades 11 & 12

    GPA: 3.25

    SAT (old): 970 (minimum 480 CR & 440 Math)

    SAT (new): minimum 26 reading & 480 Math

    ACT: 20 composite (minimum 20 English & 18 Math)

    Honors Program if GPA is 3.5+ AND SAT 1150+ OR ACT 24+;

    Priority application deadline: May 1

     


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    University of Georgia 

    Grades 11 & 12

    GPA: 3.9

    SAT- 1 (CR + M): 1400

    SAT-R: 1450

    ACT: 31 Composite

    Applications due by April 15 for summer/fall admission

     


    AP/Dual Enrollment Presentation

    from “AP/Dual Enrollment Parent Night”

    Athens Community Career Academy Presentation

    from “AP/Dual Enrollment Parent Night”