Creekside High School Offers Dual Enrollment Courses through St. Johns River State College. Students who are eligible are allowed to take Dual Enrollment courses at Creekside as well as on St. Johns River State College campus.
What is Dual Enrollment (grades 9-12)?
Dual enrollment is a program where eligible high school students attend college classes and earn high school credit and college credit at the same time. The credits that students earn must be applicable toward high school graduation and acceptable toward an Associate or Baccalaureate degree. When a student is Dual Enrolled they can take up to 10 college credits during the fall and spring semester and up to two college courses during the summer semester. A dual enrolled student will still be able to take classes on Creekside’s campus.
What is Early Admissions (seniors only)?
Early Admissions is a type of dual enrollment that has the same eligibility requirements as dual enrollment. The difference between the two programs is that the student is not enrolled in any other curriculum besides the dual enrollment courses. The student attends the college full-time. As a result, students need to have identified their major or at least a general field of study because they will be earning a significant number of college credit hours towards their AA degree. When a student does Early Admissions they are required to take a minimum of 12 college credits and up to 16 college credits per semester. An early admissions student will not be allowed to take classes on Creekside’s campus.
DISCLAIMER: students can only participate in Dual Enrollment for either 60 college credit hours or 3 years – whichever comes first.
What are the benefits of dual enrollment?
1. Saves parents and students money because tuition and lab fees are waived.
2. Shortens time to earn a college degree.
3. Offers challenging courses.
4. Gives students the opportunity to earn high school credit and college credit at the same time.
5. Awards students with college credit that is transferable to any Florida public college or university.
Who is eligible for Dual Enrollment?
1. Students who have an overall unweighted 3.0 grade point average.
2. Students that have appropriate scores for the SAT, PSAT, ACT, or PERT exams.
3. Permission from a parent or guardian and your high school guidance counselor.
4. Students that understand the amount of work necessary to succeed in dual enrollment will be greater than in high school courses.
Note: Student must maintain a 3.0 GPA in high school.
Qualifying Test Scores:
SAT/ACT/PERT Test Information:
To register for the SAT exam, click here
To register for the ACT exam, click here
To register for the PERT exam, please contact SJRSC at 386-312-4228.
For more information on Dual Enrollment: http://sjrstate.edu/dual.html
2023 – 2024 Dual Enrollment Courses offered at Creekside High School:
ENC 1101 – Composition 1: 3 College Credits and 1 High School credit
ENC 1102 – Composition 2: 3 College Credits and 1 High School credit
POS 1041 – United States Federal Government: 3 College Credits and .5 High School credit
POS 1112 – State and Local Government: 3 College Credits and .5 High School credit
Fall 2023 Dual Enrollment/Early Admissions at SJRSC campus- For students interested in taking DE classes at SJRSC campus during the fall of 2023 Please check Schoology for additional information and the deadline date. The parent Schoology access code is 4PTG-F88V-9MK6Q
Spring 2024 Dual Enrollment/Early Admissions at SJRSC campus – For students interested in taking DE classes at SJRSC campus during the Spring of 2024 Please check Schoology for additional information and the deadline date. The parent Schoology access code is 4PTG-F88V-9MK6Q
Summer 2024 Dual Enrollment (Students can only take a maximum of two college courses over the summer) – For students interested in taking DE classes at SJRSC campus during the Summer 2024. Please check Schoology for additional information and the deadline date. The parent Schoology access code is 4PTG-F88V-9MK6Q
How do I get my Dual Enrollment textbooks for classes at the SJRSC campus?
Visit the St. Johns County School District’s Dual Enrollment Textbook Requests web page for complete details.
Current Dual Enrollment/Early Admissions Students
For additional information, parents/students can contact the SJRSC DE office at 386-312-4136 or [email protected]