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Dual Enrollment & Early Admission

COLLEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL (CHS) ACADEMIC CALENDAR PLACEMENT TESTING STUDENT LEARNING CENTER (SLC LABS) CONTACT US/FAQS
 

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 PBSC Students Testimonials 

Sufiya Ali

Lake Worth Community High School


Griffin Goldstein

William T. Dwyer High School


Ivan Zundel

Jupiter Community High School


Jennifer Carbajal

Forest Hill Community High School

 

 


Who are you? Which school are you attending?

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PROSPECTIVE STUDENT: PRIVATE 

Step 1. Meet with High School Counselor to discus dual enrollment eligibility

  • Do you have four HS credits (must include one language arts and one math)?
  • Is your unweighted HS GPA above 3.0 or 3.2 (Early Admissions)?
  • Do you have college ready placement scores (PERT, SAT or ACT) in reading, writing and math?


Step 2. Complete your application



Step 3. Complete Dual Enrollment Information Session



Step 4. Submit required documents

  • Palm Beach State College Dual Enrollment Permission and Registration Form: must be completed in its entirety and signed by the high/middle school principal/designee (counselor), the student, and a parent/guardian every term.
  • Official high school transcripts in a sealed envelope.


More info?
Email:  DualEnrollment


PROSPECTIVE STUDENT: PUBLIC/CHARTER 

Step 1. Meet with High School Counselor to discuss dual enrollment eligibility 

  • Do you have four HS credits (must include one language arts and one math)?
  • Is your unweighted HS GPA above 3.0 or 3.2 (Early Admissions)?
  • Do you have college ready placement scores (PERT, SAT or ACT) in reading, writing and math?


Step 2. Complete your application



Step 3. Complete Dual Enrollment Information Session



Step 4. Submit required documents

  • Palm Beach State College Dual Enrollment Permission and Registration Form: must be completed in its entirety and signed by the high/middle school principal/designee (counselor), the student, and a parent/guardian every term.
  • Grades (GPA verification) - Form must be signed by school counselor.


More info?
Email: 
DualEnrollment


 
PROSPECTIVE STUDENT: HOME EDUCATION

Step 1. Meet with your home education administrator to discuss dual enrollment eligibility 

  • Do you have four HS credits (must include one language arts and one math)?
  • Do you have college ready placement scores (PERT, SAT or ACT) in reading, writing and math?


Step 2. Complete your application



Step 3. Complete Dual Enrollment Information Session



Step 4. Submit required documents

  • Palm Beach State College Dual Enrollment Permission and Registration Form: must be completed in its entirety and signed by the high/middle school principal/designee (counselor), the student, and a parent/guardian every term.
  • Home Education DE/EA Legal Compliance & Eligibility Form: must be signed by the student, parent/guardian and an official at the PBC District Home Education official each semester. 

Submit all forms to:

Cheryl L. Bottini, Ph.D.
Program Planner | Home Education
School District of Palm Beach County
Home Education Office
3300 Forest Hill Boulevard, Suite C-124
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Ph: 561-434-8052 (px 47458)
Email: HomeEd

  • Transcripts from Florida Virtual, Palm Beach Virtual and/or other secondary or postsecondary institutions prior to enrollment (if applicable).


More info?
Email: DualEnrollment


 
CURRENT PBSC DUAL-ENROLLED STUDENTS

What Does It Mean To Be A Panther?

The Student Handbook is published to help you understand Palm Beach State College and its many elements.

It outlines services, programs, and activities of the college, which are designed to enhance the quality of a student’s educational experience.



Are You Graduating?

The Finish4Free scholarship pays full tuition and registration fees for selected students who have earned 30 or more college credits (AP, AICE, IB included) to complete their Associate degree.



Are You Up For The Challenge?

The Dr. Floyd F. Koch Honors College provides students with a challenging and supportive academic environment that encourages them to think critically, demonstrate leadership and develop ethical standards.



Want To Get Involved in Clubs and Organizations at PBSC?



Struggling In Your Course?



Need Someone To Talk To?


Need Additional Resources?


HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELORS

Need to register?

Withdrawing from a class? 

For immediate access or to send a request for additional forms, email: DualEnrollment



What Course Should I Recommend?

The guide is designed to assist counselors and the parents of home-schooled students in course selection.

It is organized by subject area requirement: Communications, Humanities, Social Science, Mathematics, and Natural Science.

It focuses on the General Education requirements needed for students to transfer after the completion of their Associate of Arts degree.



Enrollment Roster Deadline 2018-2019

Term Deadline Date
Fall August 30, 2018
Spring January 12, 2019
Summer July 26, 2019



Grade Roster Deadline 2018-2019

Term Deadline Date
Fall Term December 19, 2018
Spring Term May 8, 2019
Summer Term August 10, 2019



Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreements

The documents posted below pertain to the SBPBC-Palm Beach State-FAU Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement (formerly the Interinstitutional Articulation Agreement) required by Florida Statute 1007.235


PARENTS & GUARDIANS

Want To Stay Up To Date? 

Join our Facebook group to stay up to date with the Dual Enrollment program!

Join Our Dual Enrollment Facebook Group



Can I Access My Students Information?

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) allows the release of "Directory Information" without the student's prior consent.

This includes dates of attendance, major field of study, weight and height of members of athletic teams, degrees and awards received, and educational institutions attended.


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