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Wootton High school students accepted to Montgomery College (MC) are dual enrolled in college and high school providing an educational experience beyond what is available at secondary schools. Select high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors who meet the college’s Dual Enrollment standards may enhance their schedule with college courses work and experience the independence of college-level study while also earning college credit.
“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
Dual Enrollment enables high school students to:
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Wootton High School is the only high school that offers a selection of the college courses at an actual College Campus during the regular school day and TRANSPORTATION is provided. Our students are able to take courses at nearby Universities Of Shady Grove (USG), Rockville and Germantown campuses of Montgomery College and enroll in online distance learning classes that can minimize the impact of these courses on their class schedule at school.
“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.
Wootton’s Dual Enrollment program has not only been the largest at schools’ program, but its students have also excelled academically with students achieving A’s and B’s both semesters in their college courses while maintain their rigor schedules at Wootton throughout the school year.
“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
If you do not push yourself than you will keep seeing the same results. However, if you force yourself into enlightening situations, you will succeed.