Dual Enrollment — Earn College Credits in High School
Why Wait? Start College Now!
Getting into the college or university of their dreams is one of the most important milestones that your teen will face. And yet, it’s becoming more difficult for a student to set themselves apart from the crowd. Not to mention that college costs become more expensive each year. The answer to these challenges: Dual Enrollment. With Dual Enrollment, your student can experience college-level academics now, reduce the amount of credits they will need later, and gain a leg up on their peers in the college admissions process.
Best of all, it saves you money!
Your student can test the waters with just one course, or choose the College Now! Dual Enrollment program, or earn their Associate Degree while still in high school.
All Dual Enrollment courses come from the perspective of a Christian world- and life-view, providing a solid foundation as students prepare for the future.
Includes up to 8 courses. Earn both high school and college credits in this full year dual enrollment program. Also includes a full enrollment in to the academy along with accreditation, support, and transcripts.
Through a partnership with Ohio Christian University, your student can graduate high school with an Associate Degree. This program is available for juniors and seniors and comes with accreditation, full support, and a full enrollment into the academy.
Dual Enrollment FAQs
Yes. We are able to work with you and your student to find the courses that your student needs and come up with a schedule that works for them. However, if the student is seeking to earn an associate degree from Ohio Christian University, there are specific times throughout the year when those courses are scheduled to begin — typically in conjunction with other Bridgeway Academy students.
Yes and no. We always encourage students to contact the college or university that they wish to attend to confirm that the institution will accept transfer credits from our college partners. Each school is different and they have their own set of requirements that they look for from a college transfer course. By using American Council on Education approved courses, we can confidently say that there are 440 schools that will accept these transfer courses. Visit http://www2.acenet.edu/CREDITCollegeNetwork/ to find a list of participating colleges and universities.
No, the courses are asynchronous in that your student can log in at their convenience. Some classes have deadlines whereas others are more flexible. Upon starting the course, make sure your student reads the course syllabus to know whether the course has deadlines for assignments.