Dual Credit

Sharyland High School
Information on College Opportunities


Information for Dual Credit Students While SHS is Closed

STC will be conducting Dual Credit classes using black board.  Attached please find some important information from STC:

FLYER - DC Students - Orientation LogIn - March 23 2020.pdf

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Q&A Dual Enrollment and AP Programs

List of AP Courses
Common questions and answers in regards to dual enrollment and AP program.
List of high school dual enrollment courses offered and testing requirements needed. Students may request to participate in any of these courses, however,it is the student's responsibility to meet the testing requirements and supply their counselor with qualifying test scores in order to remain in the course.

List of high school AP courses available. Students may request to participate in any of these courses, however,it is the student's responsibility to complete any required summer reading and/or assignment in order to remain in the course.
Refer to
2015-2016 Pre- AP, AP and Dual Enrollment Pre-course Assign.

Calendar of Events
Typical Timeline of Events for Dual Enrollment Process:

Begin Pre-Registration Process via Classroom Presentations

Students can sign up in the go-center to take the TSI test

Apply Texas Drive

Parent/Student Orientation

        Review Testing Results to Determine Eligibility for Dual Enrollment courses             
Removal of Students that did not meet Dual Enrollment Testing Requirements

Advisement/Registration for STC dual credit classes

Dual Enrollment
Spring 2020 STC Important Dates

January 20, 2020

Class Registration Deadline

January 21, 2020

Classes Begin

February 5, 2020

Census Day (12th class Day)

March 13, 2020


Payment due  $50/class cash or money order

April 20, 2020

Last Day to Withdraw From a Class

May 8-14

Finals Week

May 18

STC Grades posted



What to Consider as a Dual Enrollment Student
  • Level of maturity, responsibility, and independence
  • Instructor will solely communicate class progress with students
  • Parents may communicate solely with high school dual enrollment instructors
  • Student must communicate with instructor when absent due to illness and/or extra-curricular activities

Dual Enrollment Grades

  • Grades will be posted directly to college transcript and will affect college GPA
  • Grades will also be posted on the high school transcript and will affect high school GPA for core area subjects
  • Off-Campus course grades are not calculated in high school GPA
  • Failing college grades will lead to ineligibility in extra-curricular activities

    Transfer of Credits
  • Consult with college advisors on how dual enrollment credits will transfer
  • Taking excess credits out of your declared degree plan may result in unnecessary fees and may affect financial aid eligibility

Dual Enrollment Course Fees

  • Student contribution is $50 for STC courses
  • Off-campus students will be responsible for the purchase of their own textbooks

Withdrawal Procedures

  • Students will still be responsible for course fees if dropping a college course after the 12th class day
  • Students will be responsible for filling out the"Drop/Withdrawal Form" by set deadline
  • Withdrawals and a low college GPA may affect financial aid, scholarship possibilities, and future employment opportunities

College Students
PowerPoint Presentation with Detailed Information:
Updated: 01/21/14
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STC Academy Program Application Process:
Application due by TBA
Dual Enrollment Engineering Academy (DEEA)
DEMSA Program Degree Plan
Dual Enrollment Medical Science Academy (DEMSA)
Dual EnrollmentComputer Science Academy (DECSA)


UTPA College Program Application Process

Must complete concurrent enrollment on-line application by TBA
(Sharyland High School deadline)

Review for more information regarding concurrent enrollment eligibility, application process, and testing requirements. Includes information on how to complete your Apply Texas Application. View our Step by Step Guide.

Dual Enrollment Approval
This process must be completed after student has been accepted into the concurrent enrollment program.

After acceptance, the following requirements must be met:
1.) Two letters of recommendation.

2.) Student Interview.

Review the core curriculum courses that are available for students in this program.

Updated: January 29, 2015