Jacksonville Traditional Dual Enrollment



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Duval County Public Schools and Florida State College at Jacksonville Traditional Dual Enrollment Option












Eligibility and Access


Florida law (s. 1007.271, F.S.) defines the following eligibility criteria for students:

  • Be enrolled as a student in a Florida public or nonpublic secondary school, or in a home education program;

  • Have a 3.0 unweighted high school grade point average (GPA) to enroll in college credit courses, or a 2.0 high school unweighted GPA to enroll in career dual enrollment courses;

  • Take a college placement test specified in Rule 6A-10.0315, F.A.C; and meet any additional eligibility criteria specified by the postsecondary institution in the Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement (DEAA); and

  • Cannot be scheduled to graduate prior to completion of the dual enrollment course.



Student Behavior


Pursuant to F.S. 1007.271, regardless of meeting student eligibility requirements for continued enrollment, students may lose the opportunity to participate, whether the course is offered at the high school or a college/university, if disruptive to the learning process such that the progress of other students or the efficient administration of the course is hindered. It is the expectation that students read and adhere to the rules set forth in both the DCPS and FSCJ Code of Conduct. Disciplinary issues on the FSCJ campus will be addressed by a team comprised of DCPS and FSCJ personnel.

Eligibility for Academic Dual Enrollment:


  • Students are required to be eligible prior to the start of the class.

  • A signature by a counselor on a dual enrollment application indicates that the student is eligible.

  • Academic dual enrollment grade point average (GPA) is 3.0 unweighted (state GPA on the DCPS academic history and transcript).

  • Students must be in grade 11 or 12.

    • Exception: Students in grade 9 accepted into an Early College program

    • Exception: Students in grade 10 who have earned a ā€œCā€ or better in the level 1 and 2 classes in the same language may enroll in level 3 dual enrollment world language.

  • Students cannot be scheduled to graduate prior to the completion of the dual enrollment course(s).

  • Students may qualify to take up to 12 credit hours of General Education courses by having the appropriate GPA and postsecondary ready test scores for SAT Reading or ACT Reading/English or PERT Reading/Writing or Grade 10 FCAT 2.0 Reading. To continue after 12 credit hours, students must have a postsecondary ready math test score.

  • Students must be postsecondary ready in Reading* and have an eligible postsecondary math cut-score to enroll in MAC1105, MGF 1106, MGF1107 or higher math courses. (Review the Postsecondary Ready Test Scores on a College Placement Test on the next page.)

*SAT Reading = ACT Reading/English = PERT Reading/Writing = Grade 10 FCAT 2.0 Reading/PERT math attempt

Eligibility for Academic Dual Enrollment


Postsecondary Ready Test Scores on a College Placement Test:

Prior to October 21, 2013

Effective October 22, 2013

PERT Reading 104

PERT Writing 99

PERT Math 113 (Intermediate Algebra) PERT Math 123 (College Algebra)


PERT Reading 106

PERT Writing 103

PERT Math 114 (Intermediate Algebra) PERT Math 123 (College Algebra)


SAT Reading 440

SAT Math 440



SAT Reading 440

SAT Math 440



ACT Reading 18

ACT English 17

ACT Math 19


ACT Reading 19

ACT English 17



ACT Math 19

Note: Grade 10 Reading FCAT 2.0 245 = SAT Reading = ACT Reading/English = PERT Reading/Writing

Note: Students with PERT Math > 135 may take the advanced math test at FSCJ.

Note: Students using PERT scores must show an attempt in all 3 areas (Reading, Writing, Math)




  • Science and math courses may require additional pre-requisites or co-requisites. Additional information can be found in the FSCJ catalog at http://floridastatecollegecatalog.fscj.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=25&poid=4358&returnto=3189



Grades:


  • Any combination of 2Ds/Fs/FNs/Ws requires students not be enrolled in dual enrollment during the subsequent term.

  • Grades must be the same for both institutions, DCPS and FSCJ.

  • Students must appeal grades as they would for courses taken at the college.



Course Limits for Academic Dual Enrollment:


  • Course limits are a combined total of courses taken at DCPS and the FSCJ college campus.

  • These course limits do not apply to Early College or Early Admit Students.




Juniors & Seniors

3 courses maximum each term fall & spring

2 courses (of the maximum 3) can be taken at an FSCJ campus/online




  • Students cannot take courses at an FSCJ campus or online if the course is offered at the high school site. Requests for exceptions based on special circumstances only can be submitted to the Acceleration Programs Office for consideration.



Eligibility for SLS 1103:


  • Students are required to be eligible prior to the start of the class.

  • Grade 11 or 12 (unless accepted into Early College or participating at a pilot school)

  • A 3.0 unweighted grade point average does not require a postsecondary reading score.

  • 2.5-2.99 unweighted grade point average requires placement into college level reading on any one of the established college placement tests, PERT, SAT, ACT OR a score of 245 on the grade 10 FCAT 2.0 Reading

  • Students in grade 10 at Darnell Cookman may qualify with a 3.0 unweighted grade point average.


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