Take College Classes While in High School

Earn college credit while still in high school through dual enrollment! If you take just one WCC class each fall and winter semester while you're in high school, you could earn 18 credits! That's more than a full semester's worth of credits, giving you a great head start on college. You can take classes on the WCC main campus, an extension center, through a partner high school or online.

As a dual-enrolled student, you are eligible to register for any course for which you meet the prerequisites . All credits earned through dual enrollment will be part of your official WCC transcript.

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Enroll at WCC

Follow the steps on the enrollment page. In addition, you will need to:

✔ Download and submit dual enrollment consent forms

Download the forms in the Dual Enrollment Packet .

✔ Submit proof of age/grade


✔College readiness

Before registering for classes, you must demonstrate your college-readiness by meeting the requirements below. There is no minimum required math score unless needed for a course prerequisite.

Exam Reading Score Writing Score

SAT (new)

Reading 24

Writing & Language 24

ACCUPLACER NEXT GEN

Reading 253

Writing 250

ACCUPLACER

Reading Comprehension 80

Sentence Skills 80

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View a more comprehensive list of placement requirements.

Interested in online classes? Check your Readiness for Online Learning (ROLL) .  

How to pay for dual enrollment

In many cases, your school district will pay your WCC tuition. However, payment policies vary among school districts, so ask your high school counselor for more information.

The information in the dual enrollment packet explains what you need to submit to WCC. Payment or payment authorization needs to be submitted for each semester you are enrolled.