Student Deadline for 2021-22 School Year: April 30, 2021
*NOTE: University/college deadlines may fall prior to the district deadline. If that is the case, we follow the college's deadline.
Dual Enrollment provides eligible high school students the opportunity to enroll in college prior to their high school graduation to take courses that result in both high school and college credit. Tuition, books, and mandatory fees are paid for by the state Dual Enrollment program.
- Apply for admission using the college/university's website.
- Request for your transcript to be sent to the college through Parchment. Click here.
- Submit applicable test scores if required by the college, or schedule your Accuplacer exam. Requirements for each college can be found on the college's website.
- Schedule a meeting with your FCHS School Counselor to complete DE Advisement Form. Student and parent must be present for this meeting.
- Complete the Dual Enrollment Funding Application/online Student Participation Agreement. Please click HERE if you need help completing this online form.
- Once accepted, attend orientation and registration session with Dual Enrollment Adviser at the college. You must take your completed Student Participation Agreement with you to this meeting.
- Send a copy of your DE schedule to your FCHS counselor.
- Steps 4 through 7 must be completed every semester that you participate in Dual Enrollment.
- Your high school counselor will not receive updates on your application status. You must reach out directly to the college for updates.
- Steps 1 through 4 must be completed before the Forsyth County Schools deadline of April 30, 2021. Steps 5 through 7 can be completed after the high school deadline has passed as long as we are still within the college's application window.