Course # Course Name 1520 ENGLISH IV 1 (DUAL CREDIT) sem 1 1521 ENGLISH IV 2 - DUAL CREDIT sem 2 2314 U S GOVERNMENT - DUAL CREDIT 2352 ECONOMICS SEM (DC) 3438 HEALTH EDUCATION DUAL CREDIT 3438 HEALTH EDUCATION DUAL CREDIT 7654 AUDIO/VIDEO PRODUCTION I (DC) SEM 1 7739 WEB TECH (DC) SEM 1 7740 WEBTECH (DC) 2 7881 ANIMATION (DC) 1
Still in high school? El Centro College offers a number of programs designed to help high school students get on the fast track to a college education. Explore these programs to find one that fits your goals and interests. In partnership with local high schools, the colleges of Dallas County Community College District are able to offer college courses, taught by approved adjunct instructors to qualified high school students for college credit. Students are able to earn credit for both the high school class as well as earning college credit at the same time, hence the term dual credit. These college credits from El Centro College are transferable, cost less than regular undergraduate tuition, and prepare students for the anticipated rigor of higher education. All students enrolled in a dual credit and early college high school dual credit course, regardless of their choice to register for college credit or take it for high school credit only, should expect the course rigor and student expectations to compare to the rigor and expectations placed on university-level undergraduate students enrolled in the same on-campus course at El Centro College.
Course # Course Name 1701 PRE-CALCULUS ONRAMPS 1702 ENGLISH III ONRAMPS
Most students who graduate from high school never complete a college degree. This problematic national trend can be reversed for students who engage in high-quality college-level learning experiences early in their academic career.OnRamps was designed with this in mind and works to align K12 and higher education institutions around a shared vision of high-quality learning opportunities that prepare students for postsecondary success.OnRamps offers distance education courses through a dual enrollment model. Using best-in-class resources, materials, and instructional strategies OnRamps also provides intensive, yearlong professional development and support that improves instructional quality in hundreds of classrooms throughout the state for a widespread benefit to Texas high school students. Key outcomes of early exposure to postsecondary education include: aligning high school students to the academic and social expectations of college;
accelerating student matriculation, retention and time to degree; and
increasing the number and diversity of students who are fully prepared to follow a path to college and career success. (https://onramps.utexas.edu/)
AP® and Pre-AP® Courses for 2020-2021
Course # Course Name 1211 ENGLISH I PRE-ADVANCED PLACEMENT 1303 ENGLISH II PRE-AP 1505 ADV PLACEMENT LITERATURE AND COMPOS 2101 WORLD HISTORY ADVANCED PLACEMENT 2435 ADVANCED PLACEMENT PSYCHOLOGY 2460 AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 2599 ALGEBRA I PREAP HS 2660 GEOMETRY PRE-ADVANCED PLACEMENT 2730 ALGEBRA II PRE-ADVANCED PLACEMENT 2900 ADVANCED PLACEMENT CALCULUS AB 3115 ADVANCED PLACEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL SC 3190 BIOLOGY PRE-ADVANCED PLACEMENT 5160 AP COMPUTER SCIENCE PRINCIPLES 8206 AP DRAWING STUDIO 8238 AP 3D DESIGN STUDIO 8282 AP 2D DESIGN STUDIO 8308 PRE-AP STUDIO ART II
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