Ask Iris Answers-Dual Enrollment Class

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Dear Iris, 

As a sophomore, I have been thinking a lot about the classes I will choose next year. I now have many more options to pick from with all the electives that are offered as upperclassmen. I have an idea on the classes I want to choose, but I was also considering taking a dual enrollment class. It’s just that I’m not too sure where to go from here, will you please help me out?!

Thank you so much!

Confused Sophomore




Dear Confused Sophomore,

I understand your frustration and concerns about your future classes. So, don’t you worry! I am here to help!

To start off, 

You can always contact Mrs.Currie at: [email protected] or you can pass by her office located in the writing center at the learning commons and she can give you the general information on the different dual enrollment classes that are offered!

Before taking any class, you will be required to pass an exam that quizzes you on your math and writing skills. 

Think about it this way… 

You are taking a college level class so the workload is a little different from high school.  Professors also need to be sure that you are able to meet their requirements/standards. But, don’t let this scare you!

Taking a dual enrollment class is a great way to gain knowledge and experience on what college classes entail!

Once you pass your exam you will be handed a form that requires you to get it signed by your guidance counselor, vice principal, and parents. Throughout the process, be sure to be in contact with Mrs.Currie! She will be giving you additional information on all of the classes that you are able to choose from.

It is a big commitment, but I believe you can do it!

Stay Motivated,

Iris