• Dual Enrollment

  • The Forsyth County deadline to apply for Dual Enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year (including Summer 2023, Fall 2023, and Spring 2024) is

    April 28th, 2023.


    The FCS Dual Enrollment Advisement Plan Agreement is now live on Parent Portal.  If your student is not pursuing Dual Enrollment for the 23-24 school year, you do not need to complete this form.  Directions to complete the form are located HERE.


    Completing the FCS Dual Enrollment Advisement Plan Agreement alone DOES NOT mean the student is enrolled in, or accepted into, the Dual Enrollment program.  South Forsyth requires students to follow the steps listed below and complete the checklist items before reaching out to the counselor for their Dual Enrollment advisement meeting.


    Step 1: If you did not attend the Dual Enrollment Information Night on December 1, 2022, click on each link below to review the information presented. It is important that you read through the detailed presentation information to make sure Dual Enrollment is the right fit for you. Even if you did attend the presentation but need a refresher, feel free to review it again! We know a lot of information was shared!  

    SFHS Dual Enrollment Information Presentation

    Dual Enrollment Points to Remember

    Dual Enrollment Quick Reference Guide

    Georgia Futures Dual Enrollment Brochure


    Think Dual Enrollment is right for you? Keep reading!


    Step 2: Discuss as a family which college you will apply to. Research college by name searching, "College Name + Dual Enrollment." The most popular colleges that SFHS students enroll in for Dual Enrollment are University of North Georgia, Lanier Technical College, Georgia State University, and Georgia Institute of Technology, although many others are available. On the Georgia Futures website, you can review Dual Enrollment eligible courses through the Course Directory.


    Step 3: Register for spring SAT or ACT exams unless you plan to use your PSAT scores for admission.  During SAT and ACT registration, be sure to send your test scores directly to your intended Dual Enrollment college to avoid additional fees later. If you are using PSAT scores for Dual Enrollment admission, your counselor will help you submit scores at the appropriate time.


    Step 4: Click on the Dual Enrollment Checklist below that applies to you. Complete ALL steps listed on the checklist by the deadlines that are provided.

    Checklist for NEW Dual Enrollment Students

    Checklist for RETURNING Dual Enrollment Students

    Checklist for GEORGIA TECH Dual Enrollment Students


    Counselors will begin taking meeting requests for Dual Enrollment starting in February after SFHS course registration is completed in January.