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NAHS Dual Enrollment Program

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Dual Enrolment (DE) is a program allowing eligible 11th and 12th grade students to enroll in a local college, take college classes and earn college credit while working on their HS diploma. The State of GA covers the cost of tuition, mandatory fees and required textbooks for up to 30 semester or 45-quarter hours AND only for courses on the state approved GA Futures Dual Enrollment Course Directory. Students may enter the DE program in either the summer or the fall semester.

Why Dual Enrollment?

  • Gives students a taste of college coursework while they are still enjoying the safe confines of the high school environment.

  • Students earn credits that may be transferable to a 2-year or 4-year college

  • College course credits are applied to both the HS and college transcript

  • College course credits can count to meet HS graduation requirements AND potentially applied towards an Associates or Bachelor’s degree

Benefits of Dual Enrollment:

  • Less time required after HS to finish a college degree

  • Provides students a head start on the college experience

  • Saves students money on tuition

  • May be able to take classes not offered at the HS

  • Remain eligible to participate in local HS athletics, activities and events

List of NAHS Approved Dual Enrollment Post-Secondary Institutions 24-25

Atlanta Metro State College

Atlanta Technical College at ACCA

Chattahoochee Technical College

GA Military College (Metro Area Campuses)

GA State at Perimeter College (Metro Area Campuses)

GA State University (Main Atlanta Campus)

GA Tech Distance Computer Science

GA Tech Distance Math

Kennesaw State University

Young Harris Early College (online classes only)

Dual Enrollment Info for the 2024-2025 School Year

 

The NAHS Dual Enrollment Information Session for the 24-25 school year will be Thursday, January 25th at 6pm on Zoom. Join this information session to learn about the Dual Enrollment Program at North Atlanta and see if dual enrollment may be a good fit for you! 

 

Attendance is Mandatory for students interested in applying for DE in the 2024-25 School year.

If you missed the January 25 info session, you can view the recording of the session at the link below:

Zoom Link: http://tinyurl.com/NAHSDE2425

Meeting ID: 823 4108 3552

Passcode: 813346 A

A Spanish interpreter will be available.​

 

Download the event flyer and Zoom information below:

NAHS Dual Enrollment Eligibility Requirements & Deadlines for 2024-25

 

Students who do not follow ALL the NAHS DE application procedures and deadlines will NOT be eligible to participate in the DE program, even if the college has accepted the student. Students must be approved by their NAHS counselor to participate.​

Dual Enrollment Required Documents, Materials & Resources for 24-25 

​Click links below to websites and downloadable PDFs needed to complete the Dual Enrollment Application process and meet the NAHS required deadlines

 

MARCH 1st DEADLINE REQUIRED TASKS

Step 1:  NAHS DE Info Session on Zoom

 

Step 2:  Determine if Dual Enrollment is Right for You

 

Step 3:  NAHS Dual Enrollment Letter of Intent Contract

 

Step 4:  Complete ACCA Application (Atlanta Tech/ACCA Applicants ONLY)

MARCH 15th DEADLINE REQUIRED TASKS:

Step 5:  College Dual Enrollment Application

 

Step 6:  GAFutures Dual Enrollment Funding Application

  • Go to www.GAFutures.org

    • Under ‘Shortcuts’ Click on Dual Enrollment Funding Application

    • Click ‘Apply Now’ button and log in or create an account if needed

    • Students must complete the entire funding application for GAFutures to generate and email the parent portion.

    • Both the student and parent portions of the application must be completed by the deadline

Step 7:  Official HS Transcripts 

 

Step 8:  Send Official SAT, ACT, PSAT or ACCUPLACER Test Scores (N/A for ACCA Applicants)

  • Students are responsible for testing and having score reports available in time to meet this deadline

  • Send official test scores directly to the college using the student account used to register for the test

    • SAT:  CollegeBoard.org             

    • ACT:  ACTStudent.org

    • PSAT: Contact Your School Counselor

    • ACCUPLACER: Schedule test directly with College Testing Center; Follow directions given by the testing site to send official scores to another institution.

MAY 1st DEADLINE REQUIRED TASKS:

Step 9:  Proof of College Acceptance Confirmation (N/A for ACCA Applicants)

  • Provide proof of admission by forwarding your college acceptance email Ms Marino (Shellie.Marino@apsk12.org)

  • Students who have not received an email from the college by April 15, should follow up with the college’s DE office directly to check on their application status.

MAY 15TH DEADLINE REQUIRED TASKS

Step 10:  Register for College Classes (N/A for ACCA Applicants)

  • Complete all orientation tasks and clear all college account holds as directed by the college

  • Attend a mandatory DE Registration session with Ms Marino (May 6-15/Times TBA)

  • Register and be approved for DE college classes and finalize their NAHS class schedule.

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