Dual Enrollment is a challenging acceleration program for high school juniors and seniors who wish to take postsecondary coursework and earn credit toward high school completion and industry certifications as well as college credit.
Any junior or senior attending a public school in Escambia County or Santa Rosa County, attending an approved private school, or a home-schooled student registered with the district.
- A GPA of 3.0 for college classes or 2.5 for career classes.
- An appropriate score on a college placement test.
What are the advantages to being dually enrolled in high school and college?
- Head start on a quality college education
- Credits earned transfer to any Florida public college or university and most out of state universities
- Earn high school credit and college credit at the same time
- College textbooks are free, if you are a public school student
- Tuition and lab fees are covered
- Access to college resources, facilities, services and highly qualified teaching faculty
Dual Enrollment Classes / Application
When can I attend classes?
Students may attend dual enrollment classes:
- At their high school during regular hours
- At their high school after regular hours, by arrangement.
- On any Pensacola State College campus or center with other college students.
- During summer school.
- Dual enrollment courses are offered during the summer on any Pensacola State College campus.
- Full course credit earned in only six weeks.
- Three-day weekends.
- On-campus experience.
How do I apply for Dual Enrollment?
- Contact your high school guidance counselor.
- Submit your current SAT, ACT or PERT placement scores.
- Get the proper paperwork from your high school or print from the Dual Enrollment documents link
Dual Enrollment Testing
- Please contact your local high school guidance counselor or the Pensacola State College Dual Enrollment office for more information regarding the program, test dates, and times.
Office Location and Telephone
|Pensacola||Bldg 2 / Admissions & Information||850.484.2544|