Dual Enrollment is an opportunity for students to earn college credit while still in high school. Click the button below to learn more about the course offerings at Lakeland. Scroll down to find information about campus programs.
Local Campus Dual Enrollment Programs
The Dual Enrollment program allows high school juniors and seniors to take college courses while still enrolled in a traditional high school program. Dual Enrollment Programs are available at local colleges. You are welcome to apply. Please notify us if you apply to college. Courses taken are usually freshman level courses which are transferable to other colleges allowing students a significant start towards their college career. Dual Enrollment is an opportunity for additional academic challenge and rigor.
Dual Enrollment Financial Assistance
The Lakeland School District has partnered with the Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains to provide scholarship money to offset student Dual Enrollment costs.This scholarship program benefits students from families with an adjusted gross income of $85,000, with an additional allowance of $15,000 for each dependent that is listed on the family federal 1040 tax return. There are limited funds available which will be distributed equitably to students. This may or may not cover the total cost of the course(s) that a student chooses to take. Students should not register for courses with the belief that the cost will be completely covered by this scholarship. The amount of assistance per student depends on the number of students who qualify and the funds that are available.
- Visit www.community-foundation.org/scholarships by NOVEMBER 1ST, 2018
- Choose Dual Enrollment and click “Apply Now”
- Attach, email, fax or mail a copy of the first page of the previous year’s 1040 Federal tax return. This form must list the student as a dependent.
- Turn in course registration summary to high school counseling office
- Turn in tuition bill to high school counseling office
- Funds will be distributed prior to the end of 2018.
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