What is a Dual Enrollment Class?
Dual enrollment classes are offered by Norco college and dual enrollment grades are included on a student’s official high school and college transcripts. Students may earn college credit if they pass a dual enrollment class with a grade of C or better.
How Many High School Credits Do I Receive from a Dual Enrollment Class?
It varies, but typically a dual enrollment class will count for 10 credits or the equivalent of a year-long class.
Is a Dual Enrollment Class on a Four Point Scale or a Five Point Scale?
A dual enrollment class is on a five point scale. This means if you receive an "A" in a dual enrollment class, you would receive a 5.0 for the class.
How does an AP class compare to a Dual Enrollment Class?
The AP program, created by the College Board, offers college-level courses for high school students. AP classes prepare students for an AP exam. If the student scores high enough on the AP exam, they may qualify for college credit or have the opportunity to take advanced courses as a college freshman. For more information about AP credit, sending scores, state policies and college credit, click here.