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Dual Enrollment & Early Admission

Dual Enrollment: A Decision the Whole Family Can Feel Good About

As a dual enrollment student, you can begin taking college classes in high school and earn a two-year college degree by the time you graduate or soon after. The courses you take count toward both your high school diploma and your college requirements. There are two options for you to pursue. In most cases, tuition and books are free.

Dual Enrollment Program Options



Now Accepting Spring 2024 Authorization Requests!

NEW: Students now submit authorization requests via Workday

Visit the Dual Enrollment Steps for instructions.


Spring 2024 Important Dates:

Registration begins October 11, 2023

Priority Deadline is November 15, 2023

If you're experiencing issues, please email


Why become a Dual Enrollment student?

There are a number of benefits you have access to as a Dual Enrollment student at Palm Beach State.

  • Students are exempt from tuition, books, and lab fees
  • Get a jumpstart and earn college credits at no or low cost
  • Dual Enrollment Advising & Registration Sessions.
  • Honors Dual Enrollment
  • Dedicated PBSC Embedded Advisors (select high schools) 
  • Dual enrollment courses taught at your school (select high schools)
  • Scholarships
    • Finish 4 Free
    • 2 + 2 scholarships
  • Student Life
    • Student Activities, Clubs & Organizations, Athletics, Wellness Center


Interested?  Learn how to get started!


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Current Articulation Agreements

PBCSD/Palm Beach State/FAU

2022 - 2024 Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement

The School Board of Palm Beach County, Florida and The District Board of Trustees of Palm Beach State College and Florida Atlantic University


Private Schools

2022 - 2024 Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement

Private Schools and Board of Trustees of Palm Beach State College


Contact Us

For general inquires, please email

Daron Ingram, Coordinator 

Ellen Martinez, Program Assistant  



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