Dual Enrollment Information

Welcome to Seminole State College of Florida Dual Enrollment! We consider it a privilege to partner with you as you meet and exceed your educational goals. We are excited for your journey ahead.  

The Dual Enrollment Program allows qualified students, grades 6-12,  to take college classes and earn credit toward high school and an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree, Associate in Science (A.S.) degree or a career certificate at the same time.

In the Information Session presentation below, a Dual Enrollment representative provides you with the information needed to participate in the Dual Enrollment Program. 

Dual Enrollment Eligibility

To be eligible to dual enroll, students must:

  • Be in the 6th - 12th grade.
  • Have successfully completed at least one high school level course
  • Be enrolled as a Seminole County Public School (SCPS) student, a registered Home School student with SCPS, or as a student at an eligible private school.
    • Private schools must have an articulation agreement with Seminole State College of Florida before their students may participate in Dual Enrollment. A list of eligible private schools for the current semester can be seen below. 
    • Eligible Orange County Public School (OCPS) students enrolled at Wekiva High School and Apopka High School may also participate in Dual Enrollment. 
  • Have an eligible GPA.
    • For Academic Dual Enrollment, students must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative, unweighted, high school GPA.
    • For Career Dual Enrollment, students must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative, unweighted, high school GPA.
  • Complete the Dual Enrollment Admission Application
    • Must be complete with all approval signatures including the student, parent/guardian and high school counselor (if applicable).
  • Submit eligible test scores.
    • Students following the Academic Dual Enrollment opportunity must have SAT (order from College Board), ACT, or Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT)scores that place them into college-level coursework  in all three areas of reading, writing and math. 
      • Please note: We do not accept PERT scores from outside institutions. Students must  take the PERT exams at Seminole State to participate in the DE program. Florida Virtual School Students can take the ACCUPLACER exams; which is offered virtually/remote.
      • Please note: The Steps to Dual Enroll documents can be found on the Resources and Forms page.  This helpful guide that provides additional information regarding how to participate in the DE program; including eligible test scores. 

Home School Students

In addition to completing the Dual Enrollment Application, home school students must also complete the updated Home School Articulation Agreement and provide a verification/enrollment letter which details that the student is currently registered as a home school student in Seminole or Orange counties. 

Eligible Test Scores

Students who are pursuing the Academic Dual enrollment Track must have eligible test scores in the areas of reading, writing and math (all three areas) in order to participate. The (minimum) eligible test scores are below: 

TestReadingWritingMath
ACT191719 for MAT 1033
21 for MAC 1105
SAT242524 for MAT 1033
26.5 for MAC 1105 
PERT106103114 for MAT 1033
123 for MAC 1105
Accuplacer 10/01/2022 and after256253QAS- 261 for MAT 1033
AAF-263 for MAC 1105
Accuplacer taken before 10/01/2022245245QAS-242 for MAT 1033
AAF-263 for MAC 1105

Completed applications can be submitted to any Seminole State College of Florida campus where a Student Success Specialist will assist the student in enrolling into the program, if eligible. 

NOTE: Most students will be in classes with adult students and will be treated as adults. Students should be mature and able to work independently. The difficulty of the class (whether it is offered at the high school or at the College) is not changed because the student is in high school or middle school. Dual Enrollment students are required to meet all course deadlines and requirements. Unsuccessful completion of Dual Enrollment courses may negatively impact the student's future financial aid. This includes both withdraws and D/F grades.

Private Schools Approved for Dual Enrollment

Private schools must have an articulation agreement with Seminole State College of Florida before their students may participate in Dual Enrollment. Please view our current agreements on the Articulation Listing website. 

Next Steps

After you have successfully applied to the College, you will receive your digital Next Steps letter via email . This email will include very important next steps that you will need to complete in order to start strong as a Seminole State College of Florida student. 

Contact

Dual Enrollment Office
 407.708.2762