Wylie ISD has a cooperative partnership with Collin College that enables students to earn college credits while completing their requirements for high school graduation. A Dual Credit course is a course that counts for both high school and college credit at the same time. A passing grade is required for a student to gain credit. Passing standards for high school and college grades may differ.
What is the difference between Articulated, Dual Credit, and AP?
This document gives an overview of Articulated, Dual Credit, and AP: Articulated, Dual Credit, and AP
Registration for Spring 2022 is now open. Concurrent forms have been emailed to the student's apps account through Wylie ISD for Spring 2022 registration. Students must register and pay for Spring 2022 classes by November 24th at 5 pm CST.
ACCESS for Dual Credit students with accommodations
Students who receive 504 or IEP accommodations will need to work directly with the ACCESS office at Collin College for assistance with requesting services. It is the student's responsibility to provide necessary paperwork and request services from the ACCESS office.
FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)
Release of Student's Records
Collin will release information from a student's educational record only with the prior consent of the student. Consent can be updated by logging into the student's CougarWeb account.
Google Classroom for DUAL CREDIT STUDENTS
All dual credit students must join the Google Classroom to get announcements, class changes, and important dates from the counseling office. This will be the PRIMARY form of communication during the school year and is used to relay important information.
Google Class code: nogu5jl