• DC

    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

     

    Dual Credit Powerpoint from Advanced Academics Night on 12/17/18: Dual Credit Presentation for Advanced Academics Night

     

    2019-2020 DUAL CREDIT COURSES

    I signed up for a dual credit class with my counselor, what do I do now?

    Follow this--> Timeline for 19-20 Dual Credit Classes and Fall Registration

    How to Clear My Holds for Registration  (Holds should be cleared prior to April 18th when fall registration opens)

    Parent/Student Agreement

     

     

    Fall 2019 Registration Instructions (Registration for Fall is now closed); SPRING 2020 will open in mid-October and Mrs. Nuss will communicate registration instructions with the current dual credit students.

     

    Dual Credit Orientation (August 2019)

    An orientation was provided to all 2019-2020 dual credit students in preparation for the Fall 2019 term that begins on August 26th.

     

     

    Attention Dual Credit Students--Join our Remind group to stay updated on any changes and all things dual credit! This will be the counselors main form of communication to keep you in the loop of things to know, changes to classes, etc. so you must join this if you are a DC student! Parents, please join our Remind Parent group.

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     Collin College Dual Credit Resources

     

    Dual Credit and Concurrent Enrollment (including FAQs and handbook)

     

    Dual Credit Enrollment Procedures and Guidelines Manual 2017-2018

     

    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. 

    ACCESS website

     

    FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)

    Release of Student's Records

    Collin will release information from a student's educational record only with prior consent of the student. Consent can be updated by logging into the student's CougarWeb account.