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Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment courses allow college-bound students to earn college-level credit for courses
taken in high school. It also provides high school students who may be undecided about their future to
have the opportunity to experience college, and decide whether it is the right option for them. The
students’ eligibility to take dual enrollment courses is determined by the higher education institution and
the home school.
It is the responsibility of the student to notify the Guidance office of any post-secondary institution
dual enrollment program in which he/she is interested in participating.
Dual Enrollment courses in high school accelerate a student’s college career by allowing
qualified students to earn college credit. Taking dual enrollment courses in high school can be
considered a real bargain because they are generally offered at a significantly lower rate than regular
college courses.
Dual Enrollment courses not taught by Armstrong School District will not count toward GPA
and therefore will not factor into the class rank.
  • Penn State's dual enrollment program deadlines to apply each year are August 1 for fall semester, December 1 for spring semester and June 1 for summer session. See website for more information. 
  • Please see attached for information about the Butler County Community College (BC3) College Within the High School Program.