Dual Enrollment is a state-funded program allowing high school students to take college courses. Students receive credit for both high school and college courses. Courses taken will appear on both high school and college transcripts. Georgia provides 100% funding for tuition, mandatory fees, and books.
Updated Dual Enrollment Eligibility Information
Click here to read about important changes regarding Dual Enrollment including eligibility requirements, which courses will be funded, and credit hour caps (effective Summer 2020).
Cobb County Local School Agreement & Advisement Forms
Core Curriculum is a set of common courses required of all undergraduate students who attend a University System of Georgia (USG) institution, regardless of major. Courses taken through Dual Enrollment may be able to satisfy Core Curriculum requirements at a USG institution. Click here for a list of USG institutions and their Core Curriculum requirements.
High School Graduation Option B offers qualified students a unique path to high school graduation. Students choose to simultaneously earn a high school diploma and a college Associate Degree, Technical Diploma, or two Technical Certificates of Credit (TCC's) in a specific career pathway. Some of the required high school courses may be taken under the state-funded Dual Enrollment program.
Click here to learn more about Option B.
Dual Enrollment Information Sessions & Checklist
Any students interested in participating in dual enrollment in the future must attend a Dual Enrollment Information Session and complete the Walton High School Dual Enrollment Checklist before meeting with their assigned dual enrollment counselor.