High school dual enrollment is when a high school student attends Fletcher during his/her junior or senior years of high school and takes courses for which he/she earns both college credit and Carnegie units for each course taken. A student may attend Fletcher as a dual enrollment student in one or more of the following areas:
In order for a course to be considered a dual enrollment course, the student must earn credit for the class both from Fletcher and the student's high school. Students enrolling in dual enrollment courses must meet all college, program, and course level requirements. Courses which a student fails or withdraws from while enrolled as a high school student may affect a student's GPA or his/her ability to qualify for financial aid after graduating from high school.
For questions please contact the Dual Enrollment coordinator.