Dual credit courses are offered at the high school level through a partnership with Collin College. A student can enroll in a dual credit course and concurrently receive their necessary high school credit for graduation as well as college credits. These courses begin building a student's college transcript and GPA the minute they enroll in a dual credit course. Therefore, the student must be self-motivated and driven to perform well academically to ensure success in a dual credit course.WHS Dual Credit Google Classroom link: https://classroom.google.com/c/MjU4MTE2ODk4Mjkz
The code is 3agzchn for Google Classroom.2022-2023 Dual Credit Information:If you signed up for a dual credit course(s), please view the attached document which contains pertinent information about the WISD dual credit program:In addition, read ALL emails and Skyward messages for important campus information as well as dual credit meeting dates (which are mandatory), testing, and registration information. If you have questions, please visit the WHS Counseling Center during lunch or before/after school."We want to partner with you to provide an exceptional educational experience. The ACCESS (Accommodations at Collin College for Equal Support Services) Office provides support to eliminate barriers. We offer a variety of services that offer equal opportunities for qualified students with a disability. You must be admitted to Collin College before you apply for services. We will be delighted to speak with you."Please visit Collin College's website to access ACCESS:Attention Students,
Group Tutoring services as well as Online Tutoring services provided by NetTutor are available free of charge to all currently enrolled Collin College students!
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