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Dual Credit Information

Dual Credit Courses, whether they are taken at the school where the student is enrolled or at a postsecondary institution, are those courses for which the student has been granted permission by his or her home school to earn both Carnegie units and college credit for those particular courses. One quality point is added to the CP weighting for Dual Credit Courses that are applicable to baccalaureate degrees or to associate degrees offered by accredited institutions.

High School Courses Include Opportunities for Dual Credit

Greenville Tech Early College Program

Fine Arts Center

International Baccalaureate Programs

The International Baccalaureate Organization created three levels of educational programming designed to provide students with age appropriate and challenging curriculum. The Primary Years Program is designed for grades Kindergarten through 5. The Middle Years Program is for students in grades 6 through 10. The Diploma Program is for students in grades 11 and 12.

Advanced Placement Courses

Taking AP courses and exams in high school could give you an advantage in college by letting you:

  • Earn College Credit and Placement
  • Stand Out to Colleges
  • Save Money and Time
  • Keep Your Options Open

AP by School

Course offerings at high schools in Greenville County Schools.