Keller ISD's Dual Credit Program is a way your student can earn college credit while in high school.
Our Dual Credit students take college-level courses taught by fully credentialed faculty. These courses satisfy high school graduation requirements and provide college credit at the same time. The student receives one grade for the course.
- Keller ISD will award high school academic credit.
- TCC or Weatherford College will award college-level academic credit.
When Dual Credit students graduate from high school, they may have already completed transferable college credits.
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Dual Enrollment:Dual enrollment refers to the two separate courses in which you are enrolled: a high school course implemented by a high school teacher and a college distance course implemented by a university Instructor of Record. Depending on your performance, you may earn high school credit, college credit, both high school credit and college credit, or neither.
Keller ISD's Dual Enrollment program provides opportunities for high school students to earn both college and high school credit. The OnRamps program provides high school students the opportunity to engage in UT coursework and earn UT credit. This course will satisfy a high school graduation requirement and college credit at the same time. The student receives two grades for the course.
- One grade for the Keller ISD high school course
- One grade for the UT college course
When Dual Enrollment students graduate from high school, they may have already completed transferable college credits.
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