1 Gainesville High School Options and Opportunities College Credit Now Dual Enrollment
2 College Credit Now Advanced Placement Courses Gainesville High School Dual Academic Course Credit ACCEL University of North Georgia Lanier Technical College Move on When Ready College Residential Programs The Advanced Academy of Georgia on the campus of the University of West Georgia The Georgia Academy of Mathematics, Engineering and Science at Middle Georgia College Articulated Credit Lanier Technical College HOPE Grant/ Technical Program Credit Lanier Technical College
3 How can I get college credit while in high school? 1. AP : high school credit and may earn college credit based on examination score for Advance Placement courses 2. Dual enrollment/accel academic courses: high school and college credit 3. Dual enrollment/hope Grant Technical program: high school and college credit 4. Move on When Ready: full time college courses: high school and college credit 5. Residental Programs: high school and college credit at The Advanced Academy of Georgia on the campus of the University of West Georgia or The Georgia Academy of Mathematics, Engineering and Science at Middle Georgia College 6. Joint enrollment: only college credit will not earn high school credit
4 Advanced Placement Courses Students in any grade may take AP courses (if prerequisites are completed). AP courses follow a curriculum mandated by the College Board. AP exams prepared by the College Board are given in May, and are graded by the College Board on a 1 to 5 scale, with 5 being the highest. Scores are reported in mid July. Colleges may award credit based on the AP exam score.
5 Why take Advanced Placement Courses? Build skills necessary to succeed in college Build a transcript indicating success in rigorous coursework Pursue possible college credit based upon scores from one exam at the end of the year Seek possible national recognition AP Scholars Program
6 Characteristics of AP Students Extremely motivated students who do not mind reading Students who demonstrate focus in one or two areas, leading to a particular college major Students that are heavily involved in activities outside of school or extra curricular sports Students who can work independently at an extremely fast pace to complete regular assignments
7 AP Course Offerings at GHS AP Art AP Art AP English Language AP English Literature AP Geography AP World History AP Government AP U.S. History AP Economics 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade AP Chemistry AP Biology AP Physics AP Calculus AB Other AP courses may be available through virtual learning AP Statistics AP Calculus BC
8 AP Tests All students in AP courses take the AP Exams in May AP Exams consist of Multiple Choice Exams with a Free Response section Cost of tests varies GHS requires students to remain in AP courses the entire year Schedule changes will not be made mid year
9 Advantages of AP Rigorous coursework prepares students for college level work Students can choose which courses to take (typically student strengths) College credit possible Time management skills must exist, but students have more flexibility with time Students can generally still participate in all extracurricular activities Extra.05 added to GPA
10 Do colleges prefer AP over Dual Enrollment college classes? All AP courses undergo a rigorous audit by the College Board to ensure that each course complies with standards agreed upon. As a fail safe, AP students are encouraged to take a standardized test at the end of the academic year so there can be no question as to the quality of coursework and student performance. Because all AP courses are accountable to the same expectations, college admission counselors can be relatively confident in the quality of instruction. With college dual enrollment courses, however, admissions professionals are left to make educated guesses about the rigor and quality of specific programs with limited knowledge of the course material and no standardized exam. This might not present as troublesome a problem regionally, but schools receiving applications from across the country can t afford to individually investigate every dual enrollment course they come across. Carefully weigh your options when choosing between taking a course for an AP or Dual Enrollment credit.
11 Interested in enrolling in AP courses? Are you a highly motivated student seeking challenging coursework? Analyze your current performance and the effort that you are willing to put into your courses. Discuss options with your teachers, parents and counselor. Consider the positive impact AP will have on college admission. Talk with AP teachers and review their websites. Talk to students currently enrolled in those courses.
13 How can I get college credit while in high school? 1. AP : high school credit and may earn college credit based on examination score 2. Dual enrollment/accel academic courses: high school and college credit 3. Dual enrollment/hope Grant Technical program: high school and college credit 4. Articulated Credit: high school credit that meets articulation requirements may earn college credit for students enrolled at Lanier Tech. 5. Move on When Ready: full time college courses: high school and college credit 6. Residential Programs: high school and college credit at The Advanced Academy of Georgia on the campus of the University of West Georgia or The Georgia Academy of Mathematics, Engineering and Science at Middle Georgia College 7. Joint enrollment: only college credit will not earn high school credit
14 Dual Enrollment ACCEL University of North Georgia Lanier Technical College HOPE Grant/ Technical Program Credit Lanier Technical College Articulated Credit Lanier Technical College Move on When Ready College Residential Programs The Advanced Academy of Georgia on the campus of the University of West Georgia The Georgia Academy of Mathematics, Engineering and Science at Middle Georgia College
15 What is Dual Enrollment? An opportunity offered to qualified high school students to earn college credits. The student is jointly enrolled in high school and college and earns credit for both. The student can be a full time or part time college student.
16 Options ACCEL HOPE Grant Move On When Ready Articulation Residential (Advanced Academy, GAMES) Joint Enrollment (not dual enrollment)
17 Where Can I Attend? A student may apply to attend any public college, private college or technical college in Georgia.
18 Will My Credits Transfer? It is the student s responsibility to talk with colleges regarding their policies on Dual Enrollment credit. Generally, public colleges in Georgia will honor any credit earned at any other public college in Georgia when grade is C or better. Private colleges and out of state colleges vary on their acceptance of DE credits.
19 What About Grading? A=95, B=85, C=75, D=70 End of Course Tests are still required for specific courses GHSWT required If the student fails a college class, it could jeopardize graduation and the HOPE scholarship eligibility. All DE classes are included on high school transcript
20 Pros and Cons Pros Immediate college credit Financial savings for parents and students Book allowance offered to GHS students Builds confidence for early college success Potential earlier college graduation Extra.05 added to GPA Cons Students must keep up with important Junior/Senior High School information Some colleges prefer AP or IB courses over dual enrollment courses Colleges will not communicate with parents regarding student grades, attendance, etc.
21 Considerations Student must meet the college entrance requirements as well as GHS requirements. Student/parent is responsible for all interaction with the college. Student must have all schedule changes approved by the GHS counselor. Holidays, Spring Breaks will be different from GHS. 1 college course=1 high school course; may have a combination of college and high school courses.
22 Dual Enrollment at a college Accel Program (UNG, Lanier Tech.) Students may be enrolled part time or full time in college level coursework. All hours paid by the Accel program will NOT count against the paid hour cap for the HOPE Scholarship. Students must meet eligibility requirements for the Accel Program and for the individual college as well as Gainesville High School. Dual HOPE Grant Program (Lanier Tech.) For students seeking technical certificates or diplomas from a Technical College System of Georgia institution. Students must meet eligibility requirements for the college. Move On When Ready (MOWR) (Any Georgia college/university) Students must take all of his or her courses through the college. Students must meet the college s eligibility requirements for the MOWR program. All dual enrollment courses must be approved by the student s counselor.
23 Responsibilities of students interested in Dual Enrollment at a college: Check the qualifications required for the specific college Meet the GPA requirement Meet the test requirements: SAT or ACT or Compass Review course options Apply to the college After receiving acceptance schedule a meeting with your GHS counselor for you and your parent to complete the Dual Enrollment Participation Form and Consent. Complete ACCEL or MOWR application
24 Responsibilities of students interested in Dual Enrollment at a college: Meet with College advisor and select classes. Get copy of your schedule. Provide High School counselor with copy of your schedule. Verify if EOCT is required for any college course. You may not drop a college course without meeting with your GHS counselor, it is your responsibility to contact your counselor immediately. Please note: failure to comply could jeopardize your graduation. Upon completion of the classes at a college, it is your responsibility to have your official college transcript submitted to Gainesville High School. After receiving the official transcript from the college, GHS will award credit and post the grade to the high school transcript. Note: if grades are not received by the deadline for GHS senior grades, those course grades will not be used in the calculation of valedictorian, salutatorian or the top graduates for that graduating class.
25 ACCEL (approved Accel academic courses only) University of North Georgia SAT: Minimum total score of 970 on critical reading & math sections only (with Minimum 480 Critical Reading and Minimum 440 Math) or ACT Minimum Composite of 20 (with Minimum 20 English and Minimum 18 Math) 3.25 on College Preparatory Curriculum Core courses only (HOPE eligible) On track for graduation in College Preparatory Curriculum Dual Enrollment Credit Participation Form signed by parent and counselor UNG Dual Enrollment coordinator: Charles Bell, or Fall Semester Deadline: May 1 st (GHS deadline) Spring Semester Deadline: November 1st HOPE only pays a portion of the costs for ACCEL. Students are responsible for the remaining costs: (subject to change)
26 ACCEL (approved Accel academic courses only) Lanier Technical College COMPASS test: Reading 79, Eng 62, College Algebra 37 0r SAT minimum 450 Critical Reading, minimum 440 Math 0r ACT minimum 17Reading, minimum 16 English, minimum 19 Math Minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2.0 on 4.0 scale. On track for graduation in College Preparatory Curriculum Dual Enrollment Credit Participation Form signed by parent and counselor Lanier Tech High School Coordinator: Jeff Fitzpatrick, or call Fall Semester Deadline: May 1 st (GHS deadline) Spring Semester Deadline: December 1st HOPE only pays a portion of the costs for ACCEL. Students are responsible for the remaining costs: (subject to change)
27 Interested in taking Dual Enrollment Accel classes at a college? Do you meet Accel requirements at one of the colleges (GPA, Test scores, on track)? You can check your academic GPA at GaCollege411.org (HOPE GPA) or see your counselor. You need to take required test (CollegeBoard.com for SAT; ACTstudent.org for ACT). You may take the COMPASS test at Lanier Tech (contact Jeff Fitzpatrick to schedule). If you meet Accel requirements discuss considerations with your teachers, counselor and parents (AP, costs, transportation, other activities, etc) Analyze your current performance and the effort that you are willing to put into your courses. Complete college application (indicate Dual Enrollment), Accel application and send transcript through GaCollege411.org. Send your SAT/ACT scores directly from the testing agency (CollegeBoard.com for SAT; ACTstudent.org for ACT). If you have taken the COMPASS for Lanier Tech. submit a copy of your COMPASS scores. If accepted, schedule a meeting for you and your parents with your counselor to complete and sign the Dual Enrollment Credit Participation Form.
29 Dual Enrollment ACCEL HOPE Grant/ Technical Program Credit Lanier Technical College Articulated Credit Lanier Technical College Move on When Ready College Joint Enrollment Only College Residential Programs The Advanced Academy of Georgia on the campus of the University of West Georgia The Georgia Academy of Mathematics, Engineering and Science at Middle Georgia College
30 How can I get college credit while in high school? 1. AP :high school credit and may earn college credit based on examination score 2. Dual enrollment/accel academic courses: high school and college credit 3. Dual enrollment/hope Grant Technical program: high school and college credit 4. Articulated Credit: high school credit that meets articulation requirements may earn college credit for students enrolled at any Technical college. 5. Move on When Ready: full time college courses: high school and college credit 6. Residential Programs: high school and college credit at The Advanced Academy of Georgia on the campus of the University of West Georgia or The Georgia Academy of Mathematics, Engineering and Science at Middle Georgia College 7. Joint enrollment: only college credit will not earn high school credit
31 Requirements: Meet all technical college admissions requirements for the selected program of study Diploma and Certificate programs only COMPASS: Reading 70, Writing 32, College Algebra 28 SAT and/or ACT scores accepted 2.5 Core GPA (Gainesville High Requirement) How do I enroll? Notify your GHS counselor, take the COMPASS, Contact the Lanier Tech. High School Coordinator for specific program information: Jeff Fitzpatrick, Cost: Hope Grant (diplomas and certificates) $20 application fee Lanier Technical College
32 Articulated Credit (high school and college credit) Lanier Technical College College credit that students are awarded by both the high school and the post secondary institution when they have earned a grade of 80 or above for identified academic and career related high school courses leading to a diploma, certificate or degree at Lanier Technical College. There are some selected statewide articulated course assessments and more will be added in the future. Through an articulation agreement, institutions agree to aid in a seamless transition without repetition of course work already mastered in high school. There are no costs for participation since the work is high school courses taught at the local high school, during their normal school day with their regular high school teachers.
33 Residential Programs (high school and college credit) Offered for gifted, talented, and motivated students through the University System of Georgia at two institutions: (Entrance requirements are listed on the website) The Advanced Academy of Georgia on the campus of the University of West Georgia 1150 composite minimum SAT (with minimum580 verbal; 530 math) or 25 composite minimum ACT (with minimum25 English; 22 math) 3.5 GPA (as computed by Academy formula for academic courses only) On track for the College Preparatory Curriculum The Georgia Academy of Mathematics, Engineering and Science at Middle Georgia College: minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale in academic core courses and be on an accelerated College Preparatory Curriculum; SAT math/critical reading score of 1100 with a minimum math 560 and a minimum critical reading 530 OR ACT score of 24 with minimum math 24 and a minimum English 23. Science Math/GAMES
34 Move on When Ready (MOWR) (high school and college credit) Must take ALL courses at or through an eligible institution (college, university, or public technical college) or online courses receive credit from high school toward high school diploma requirements and college credit Meet all MOWR college admission and registration requirements (varies per college/university) Must be on track for graduation with college prep courses Students are required to be enrolled full time in an approved post secondary institution for the Fall and/or Spring Semesters. MOWR covers the cost of tuition and fees. Students are required to pay for books, housing, transportation and may choose to pay selected student activity fees. MOWR courses must be selected from Accel and/or Dual Enrollment Matrix. Students must meet all high state assessment requirements Georgia Milestones Assessments
35 Joint Enrollment students take college courses in addition to a full high school course load and do NOT receive high school credit. Only college credit is earned. Joint Enrollment students are allowed to take academic core and occupational program courses for any technical certificate or diploma program in which they are eligible. Joint Enrollment Student Requirements: Meet all technical college admissions requirements for the selected program of study (including passing the COMPASS test) Submit Lanier Technical College application Submit high school transcript Fill out a HOPE Grant Application form Costs: Joint Enrollment (college credit only) Lanier Technical College Students will be responsible for books and materials and the $20 application fee.
36 Interested in taking HOPE Grant/Technical Programs classes or Joint Enrollment at Lanier Tech? Review information on the Lanier Tech. website for information about programs for high school students. Discuss considerations with your teachers, counselor and parents (costs, transportation, other activities, etc) Analyze your current performance and the effort that you are willing to put into your courses. Take the Compass, ACT or SAT Meet with the High School Coordinator at Lanier Tech. Jeff Fitzpatrick, Complete college application (indicate Dual Enrollment), and send transcript through GaCollege411.org. If you have taken the COMPASS for Lanier Tech. submit a copy of your COMPASS scores. Or send your SAT/ACT scores directly from the testing agency (CollegeBoard.com for SAT; ACTstudent.org for ACT). If accepted, schedule a meeting for you and your parents with your counselor to complete and sign the Dual Enrollment Credit Participation Form.
37 Interested in a Residential Program or MOWR? Do you meet requirements at one of the colleges (GPA, Test scores, on track)? You can check your academic GPA at GaCollege411.org (HOPE GPA) or see your counselor. You need to take required test (CollegeBoard.com for SAT; ACTstudent.org for ACT). If you meet requirements discuss considerations with your teachers, counselor and parents. Analyze your current performance and the effort that you are willing to put into your courses. Contact and visit the college that your are interested in with your parents. Complete college application and send transcript through GaCollege411.org. Complete the appropriate Accel form. Send your SAT/ACT scores directly from the testing agency (CollegeBoard.com for SAT; ACTstudent.org for ACT). If accepted, schedule a meeting for you and your parents with your counselor to complete and sign the Dual Enrollment Credit Participation Form.
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