Dual Enrollment

   
OVERVIEW
 

With the 2013 passage of the Flexible Pathways bill (S.130/Act77), Vermont’s Dual Enrollment program has expanded to include up to two college courses for eligible VT high school students. The Agency of Education (AOE) has oversight of the dual enrollment program and will work with partner institutions of higher education to manage the delivery to students. Dual enrollment courses provided for in this legislation can be offered on a college campus and on site at a participating high school.

Highlights of Act 77 include:

  • High school juniors and seniors who are residents of Vermont, and their school is publicly funded including a Vermont career technical center are eligible for a total of two Dual Enrollment courses
  • Students who attend an independent high school and are publicly funded by their hometowns
  • State of Vermont Home Study student
  • Student who is assigned to a public school through the High School Completion Program
  • Students must get approval for their participation in a dual enrollment course from their high school principal or designee
  • Effective by November 30, 2015 any student wanting to participate in a dual enrollment course must have it included in their Personalized Learning Plan (PLP)
   
  Approved Dual Enrollment Colleges & Universities
   
DUAL ENROLLMENT BULLETIN
   
  The dual enrollment bulletin provides information and technical assistance regarding the implementation of the Vermont Statewide Dual Enrollment Program.
   
 
   
 

Vermont’s Dual Enrollment Brochure

   
MEETINGS
   
 

On January 22nd over 80 educators from secondary and postsecondary schools attended a Dual Enrollment Implementation meeting held at CCV campus in Montpelier. The purpose of the meeting was to review current program implementation data, share information on how schools are supporting students and generate suggestions for program improvement.

 
 
 
NEWS
   
 

Vermont Statewide Dual Enrollment Program
August 13, 2013 - MEMO

Don’t Let This Opportunity Pass Us By
April 11, 2012 - Armando Vilaseca - OPINION
Every session our Legislature considers hundreds of bills, all of which aim to enhance our current status. This year legislators have an incredible opportunity to fundamentally improve the lives of thousands of Vermont students, and make a concrete investment in the future of our state.

   
   
MEDIA
   
 
Episode 4 - January 2013
Statewide, Vermont schools are working to provide students more challenging academic opportunities to prepare them for success in college and the workforce. In this episode we will be exploring dual enrollment programs (earning college credit while in high school), flexible pathways to graduation (Career Technical Education/CTE, theme-centered schools), work-based learning (internships, cooperatives), career pathways and awareness.

Questions?

Debi Price at debora.price@state.vt.us or (802) 479-1172

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