Students interested in applying for dual credit must complete the dual credit application packet. Dual credit is open to all grade levels.
Printed applications will be available after school starts in the counseling center. Completed application packets need to be submitted by September 20, 2020, to the counseling center or the dual credit/magnet window. TSI testing will be given at Lakeview later in the fall for new applicants who have submitted paperwork.
A hard-copy of this dual credit application packet is also available in the LC Counseling Center.
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Dual credit may be viewed as a form of concurrent enrollment. It provides the opportunity for high school students to take college courses that count toward high school graduation requirements. These courses may be taken at the high school or on a college campus during regular school hours. Classes are taught by a high school teacher with appropriate credentials or by a college faculty member. Successful completion of the college level course can earn a student high school credit as well as college credit.
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