About Dual Enrollment
Dual enrollment is an acceleration program that allows high school students to earn college credit while simultaneously earning high school credit. There are no tuition or lab fees and textbooks will be provided at no cost.
- At least a 3.0 cumulative unweighted GPA
- Qualifying scores on the PERT, SAT, or ACT
- 10th grade students may take dual enrollment classes at Sunlake
- 11th and 12th grade students may take dual enrollment classes at PHSC if the class is not offered at Sunlake
First Time Dual Enrollment Students
1. Complete a Dual Enrollment Application for Admission by clicking here or by picking one up in the guidance office.
2. Bring your completed application to your counselor. If you meet the requirements, you will receive a signed copy of your GPA.
3. Bring your completed Dual Enrollment Application for Admission and the signed copy of your GPA to PHSC’s admissions office before their application deadline. Retain a copy for your records.
4. Take the PERT if you don’t have valid SAT or ACT scores.
- PHSC offers the PERT on a walk-in basis. For testing locations and hours, click here.
- PHSC’s admissions office must have your completed application and signed GPA on file before you can test on their campus.
- Be sure to bring a valid photo ID.
- To see what dual enrollment classes you are qualified to take based on your PERT, SAT, and/or ACT scores: click here.
5. Bring a copy of your PERT score report to your counselor.
All Dual Enrollment Students
6. Complete the Dual Enrollment Request Form (MIS 451)
- If the class is at Sunlake, you will complete the form on the first day of class.
- If the class is at PHSC, you will need to make an appointment with your counselor to complete the form. You will then need to meet with an academic advisor at PHSC (see below). Students are responsible for requesting appointments. Bring your signed copy of your GPA as well as your photo ID to PHSC.
PHSC Academic Advisor
General Education Requirements – List of classes that meet the General Education Requirements for the A.A. Degree Program.
PERT Study Guide (from FLDOE’s website)
PHSC Dual Enrollment Information – Also contains the test scores needed for dual enrollment.
PHSC Testing Services – Includes information about when and where you can take the PERT.