Dual Enrollment

DUAL ENROLLMENT

Dual enrollment is an articulated acceleration mechanism open to secondary students who are attending public high school. To enroll in dual enrollment academic courses, students must demonstrate a readiness to successfully complete college-level course work and have attained a qualifying grade point average. In order to determine the high school equivalency and the high school credit awarded for postsecondary courses completed through dual enrollment, please refer to the most current Dual Enrollment Equivalency List.

College-level dual enrollment courses are weighted the same as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and Advanced International Certification of Education courses when grade point averages are calculated. All WOHS students who meet the eligibility requirements have opportunity to earn college credits for free through dual enrollment coursework with the below listed colleges and universities.  

We encourage students to consult with their parents/legal guardians and their Guidance Counselor to determine eligibility for the challenge of college-level coursework. 

Benefits of Dual Enrollment

  • Get a head start on earning college credit at no cost
  • Gain access to college resources and campus life
  • Experience a college atmosphere
  • Offset the cost of a college education

West Orange High School has Dual Enrollment articulation agreements with with following colleges and universities. 

» Valencia College
» University of Florida
» University of Central Florida
» Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
» Orange Technical College


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» Valencia Dual Enrollment Website


Enrollment Requirements

» 9th - 12th grade students 
» 3.0 unweighted high school GPA (3.0 weighted for upcoming seniors)
» Meet qualifying test scores. Click for information on testing requirements. 

Application Information

SPRING 2023 Deadlines 

 Application Opens  September 12, 2022
 Application Deadline    October 10, 2022
 Assessment Score Submission Deadline        November 10, 2022


» SPRING 2023 Application Step-by-Step Guide
» SPRING 2023 Application Instructions


Current Valencia Student Resources
» Approved Course List
» 
Order Textbooks
» Download Textbook Ordering Instructions
» Student Resources Website: ATLAS support, Contact Information,  AA information, etc.

Students interested dual enrollment should schedule an appointment with their guidance counselor here


  

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» University of Florida Dual Enrollment website

Eligible accelerated high school students can access fully online courses taught by University of Florida faculty that provide students with a college learning experience and adhere to the UF academic calendar.

Enrollment Requirements
» 11th - 12th grade students
» Maintain 3.6 high school GPA
» Take one of the three following standardized tests:

SAT     1100 composite
ACT  22 composite
PSAT    1130


*Note: ALL students must reapply each semester in order to take classes with UF Dual Enrollment,  including current and previous students.

Application Deadlines 

FALL 2022 Application Deadline        CLOSED
*check back for updates

General Information
» UF Tentative Course List
» UF Dual Enrollment FAQ's
» Prospective Student Resources Website

Students interested dual enrollment should schedule an appointment with their guidance counselor here



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» 
University of Central Florida Dual Enrollment website

Students who have demonstrated exceptional academic ability can be considered for enrollment as UCF students while simultaneously completing high school graduation requirements.

Enrollment Requirements
» 9th - 12th grade students 
» Minimum 3.8 high school GPA *(as re-calculated by UCF using only academic core courses)
» 
Submit SAT or ACT scores of at least: 

SAT     1330 (evidence based reading and writing + math)
ACT  28 composite


Application Deadlines 

 Spring 2023 Application Deadline November 1, 2022
 Summer 2023 Application Deadline    March 1, 2023
 Fall 2023 Application Deadline      May 1, 2023

Students interested dual enrollment should schedule an appointment with their guidance counselor here



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» Embry-Riddle Dual Enrollment website

Eligible accelerated high school students can access fully online courses taught by University of Florida faculty that provide students with a college learning experience and adhere to the UF academic calendar.

Enrollment Requirements
» 9th - 12th grade students (9th graders are evaluated by Embry-Riddle on a case by case basis)
» Academic rigor in all high school coursework
» 2.75 unweighted high school GPA (3.0 is preferred) 
» Submit completed application

» Click for complete Admission Requirements

General Information
» Prospective Student Resources website
» Course List

Contact Information
Students should contact WOHS teacher and Embry-Riddle liaison, Colonel Brian Noe if they are interested and/or want to learn more about the Embry-Riddle DE program.
Email: [email protected]
WOHS room number 550

Students interested dual enrollment should schedule an appointment with their guidance counselor here



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» Orange Technical College Dual Enrollment website

Students must take a minimum of three (3) elective credits to be dual enrolled at an Orange Technical College. Participating students, meeting all established requirements, will graduate from WOHS and be eligible to participate in extracurricular activities including the graduation ceremony. There is no tuition or charge for books for public school students; however, materials costs, equipment, and/or uniform costs may apply. 

Enrollment Requirements

» 11th - 12th grade students 
» 2.0 unweighted high school GPA
» Meet qualifying test scores

Students should email Ms. Heidelberg if they are interested and/or want to learn more about the OTC program and schedule an appointment with their guidance counselor here
Email: [email protected] 
WOHS Room Number 211