Florida Homeschool Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement
The duration of the right to dual enrollment is based on the student`s date of birth at home: Academic: Students can simultaneously earn a high school credit for a high school diploma and a university credit for an associate or baccalaureate degree. Students studying at CIHR can be part-time or full-time. To enroll in college courses, students must successfully pass an entrance exam in accordance with Section 1008.30, Florida Statutes. For the purposes of this Agreement, ACT®, SAT® and/or P.E.R.T. scores are acceptable. FLVS Full Time offers our full-time students in public schools the opportunity to take college courses and earn college credits through three dual-role providers: Polk State College, Seminole State College, and the University of Florida. Credits earned through these programs apply to high school graduation requirements. High schools must have an agreement with higher education institutions and universities to allow their students to teach. Each dual enrollment provider has its own requirements, including unweighted AMP, college grading tests, and registration steps. Early Admission is a form of dual enrollment in which eligible students can enroll full-time at HCC in courses that can be considered in the bachelor`s degree and associate`s or bachelor`s degree. Students accepted for early admissions do not receive an application fee, tuition or laboratory fee for a maximum of two (2) academic semesters.
one. The Home School Official is responsible for obtaining applications and forms for dual enrolment or early admission and submitting completed forms to the HCC District Dual Enrollment Office by the date set for each semester. Once a graduation date is set on the application for admission, that date cannot be changed and, at that time, students must enroll in a regular degree to continue taking courses at HCC. The Dual Enrollment Program is an acceleration program that allows the enrollment of eligible secondary school students in a post-secondary course that can be charged to a bachelor`s and bachelor`s degree or a career and technical training certificate. The goal of this program is to reduce the time a student has to meet the requirements of having a degree conference, expand the scope of curriculum options available to students, and increase the depth of study available for a given subject. Students who participate in the double registration do not receive any registration fees, tuition or laboratory fees. The choice of courses is important for the dual-role student, as different programs in a college require different courses to obtain the certificate or diploma. By choosing courses wisely, students can reduce the time it takes to complete a program after the baccalaureate.
Some students are even able to complete their college certificate or diploma at the same time as the high school diploma. Students who do not know what they want to study at the university should turn to a counselor to focus on meeting general educational requirements in the fields of communication, mathematics, social sciences, natural sciences, and humanities. . . .