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Dual Enrollment is a program offered at Thomas Sprigg Wootton High school that has a 16 year partnership with Montgomery College, and allows students to enroll in courses either at Universities Of Shady Gove or at MC and earn transferable college credits, providing an educational experience beyond what is available at the secondary level. In addition, the Dual Enrollment program enhances it's students college admissions profiles tremendously.
“When reviewing a transcript, I am looking to see that a student took advantage of a challenging curriculum and dual enrollment from those institutions definitely indicates a commitment to rigor.” Bucknell University
"At BU, we see students who take dual enrollment courses, whether as part of their high school diploma requirements or in addition, as students who are taking advantage of these opportunities. Additionally, we see the courses as advanced, college-level courses. In this way, we do support students taking dual enrollment." Boston University
“DE courses are given credit during the evaluation process at JMU, and we do look at students who have taken any of these courses with much more favorability than those who have not” James Madison Univ.
Students can take any class at Montgomery College and attend the course(s) during the regular school day, after school day, or online. Each class, taught by college Professors, is one semester long while AP (Advanced Placement) classes at Wootton take up the whole year. The credits/grades earned will apply to a degree program to all in state schools or be transferred to another institution.
“We do, allow students who have taken dual enrollment courses to use them as placement into higher level courses based on their proficiency gained from those dual enrollment classes.” Duke University
“The University of Wisconsin-Madison views dual enrollment as a rigorous option, then we will review the files accordingly. We always love to see students challenging themselves with college-level coursework!” University of Wisconsin
“We definitely value Dual Enrollment programs as one way of students taking advanced courses, paying attention to the classes taken and the grades earned in the course. Particularly for students who love math and science, these types of programs can be great for students who want to take courses above and beyond what their high school allows.”
Carnegie Mellon University
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