• The Dual Enrollment program allows a current high school student to earn college credit while still in high school. The program is relatively free and provides the opportunity for current high school students to start college early while completing their high school requirements.  For the most up to date information from the Georgia DOE, please visit their website


    For students interested in participating in the Dual Enrollment program for the 2022-2023 school year (including summer 2022), you are required to submit the following document to the DHS Counseling dropbox on eClass. 

    Document to submit to DHS Counseling Dropbox:

    • Dacula Dual Enrollment Application - deadline to submit April 15, 2022

     

     

     

     

  • Dacula Dual Enrollment Application

    Dacula Dual Enrollment Application

    There are two (2) ways to complete and upload the DHS Dual Enrollment Application – only choose one (1) from the options below.

    Option 1)  Open the link above and download the DHS DE application. Save file as "last name, first initial DE APP", then close file. Reopen file using Adobe, complete the fillable pdf to include text signatures for both student and parent. Once complete, upload to drop box which is located under the DHS Counselors' section on the main eclass page.

    Option 2) Print application then complete (by hand) entire application to include signatures for both student and parent. Once complete, scan completed application and upload to drop box which is located under the DHS Counselors' section on the main eclass page.

    Make sure you name your file according to these directions.

    SAVE FILE AS "Last name, first initial DE APP"

    (For example, Mr. King's would be named "King, A DE APP")

  • DE Steps to Apply

    Follow these  steps:-))

  • Dual Enrollment FAQs

    Click here to read more about frequently asked questions regarding Dual Enrollment!

  • Dual Enrollment Information

    Dual Enrollment Information Sheet

  • Dual Enrollment Powerpoint

    Click here to view the information about Dual Enrollment.

    January 2022

  • Funding Form

    Click here for the Dual Enrollment Funding Form. 

  • HS class to college class guide

    Please use this as a guide when selecting classes!

    HS to College class equivalent 

  • Immunization Record Request

    Click here for the immunization record request.

    There are two (2) ways to complete and submit the DHS Immunization Record Request – only choose one (1) from the options below.

    Option 1) Open the link above and download the immunization record request. Save file as "last name, first name", then close file. Reopen file using Adobe, complete the fillable pdf and once complete, email file to tammi.boswell@gcpsk12.org. 

    Option 2) Print application then complete (by hand) entire application. Once complete, scan completed application and email file to tammi.boswell@gcpsk12.org.

    Make sure you name your file according to these directions.

    SAVE FILE AS "Last name, first name"

    (For example, Mr. King's would be named "King, Andy")

  • Join the DHS Dual Enrollment Remind101

    Click here for directions on how to join the Remind101 group for Dual Enrollment at DHS.

    *Updated 4/24/2020*

  • Student Participation Agreement/Funding Form

    Click here for the participation agreement and funding form.

  • Transcripts

    ACCESSING AND REQUESTING TRANSCRIPTS ELECTRONICALLY
    A student can request his/her electronic transcript be sent for free to participating Georgia colleges and universities using the Georgia Futures website.

    1. Go to www.gafutures.org
    2. Log in to your account
    3. Click on the “College Planning” tab at the top of the page
    4. Select “Applications and Transcripts”
    5. Select “Request and Track your Transcript”
    6. Follow the prompts under "My Transcript Request"
    7. Check the "I acknowledge that I have read...." box
    8. Press Send


    Note: All requests for hard copies of official transcripts must be requested through your MyPaymentsPlus account for a fee of $5.

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