Concurrent Enrollment occurs when a high school student takes a college level course for college credit. However, a student must have completed the Junior year and have a "B" average. Students do not get high school credit for Concurrent Enrollment. Students should see the counselor for more information.
Dual Enrollment occurs when a student takes a college level course for high school credit and college.
***Caution*** Only certain courses at the college level will meet the Texas Education Agency's guidelines. We highly recommend that you check with the college or university you plan to attend to make sure that they will give college credit for dual enrollment courses. Students should see the counselor for more information. Seniors will not be allowed to take required courses for graduation credit during the spring semester of their senior year through dual enrollment other than dual credit English, U.S. Government, and Macroeconomics taught at CSHS or through the online dual credit programs that is supervised by CSHS.
|Course||High School Credit||College Credit Awarded by TCC|
|Dual Credit Sociology||0.5 credit||3 credit hours|
|Dual Credit Public Speaking||0.5 credit||3 credit hours|
|Dual Credit College Algebra||0.5 credit||3 credit hours|
|Dual Credit Government||0.5 credit||3 credit hours|
|Dual Credit Economics||0.5 credit||3 credit hours|
|Dual Credit English IV||
12 credit hours