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High School Students

DSCC Dual Enrollment Program

The Dual Enrollment program is a terrific opportunity for eligible high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit before they graduate. Interested junior and senior high school students are encouraged to check the Dual Enrollment Admissions Requirements to determine eligibility. Eligible students must complete the following in order to participate in the DSCC Dual Enrollment Program:

  1. Complete the Dual Enrollment Grant Application.
  2. Complete the DSCC Dual Enrollment online or paper admissions application.
  3. Pay fees or enroll in the Deferred Payment Plan by the specified semester deadlines:
    Spring 2014 - January 15

Interested applicants are encouraged to reference the Dual/Joint Enrollment Student Responsibility Checklist for a detailed list of responsibilities. Applicants are also encouraged to visit the Dual Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions webpage for answers to common questions.

SAILS

SAILS (Seamless Alignment and Integrated Learning Support) introduces the college developmental math curriculum in the high school senior year. Students who take the ACT their junior year and score less than a 19 in Math are required to take the Bridge Math course their senior year. In SAILS, these students can complete the college Learning Support Math program, preparing them for a college-level math course, which will give them a jump-start on their college career.

High School students apply to SAILS here and by clicking the link you agree to the following:

  • The information provided on this form will be used to create a record at the community college supporting my SAILS program, and that all information is protected under applicable privacy laws.  
  • Math scores and competencies acquired through the SAILS program will be recorded in both the College records management system and in a secure, centralized, statewide post-secondary SAILS database.  
  • Authorizing any Tennessee Board of Regents or University of Tennessee System college or university to access these records when making placement decisions upon my application for admission to the institution.