Dual Enrollment Program
For high school students enrolling in scheduled Bucks courses taught at their high school
1 Apply to Bucks. It's Free!
You must complete an application and obtain a student number as your first step.
2 Take Placement Tests
All students are required to take Reading, Writing, and Math placement tests. Placement testing may take place at your high school; please contact your guidance counselor for testing dates.
3 Register for Classes
Submit a completed High School Enrollment Registration Form to your guidance counselor.
4 Pay Your Bill
You must pay your balance by its due date to avoid being dropped from your courses.
5 Purchase Textbooks
Search for Textbooks
Textbooks may be purchased at any campus bookstore location or through affordable external resources.
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College classes, taught at your high school
With Dual Enrollment, students can get a head start on college while in high school. Classes are held at participating high schools. These courses are college level and are preselected by the high school. The classes take place during the school day and are taught by Bucks faculty.
To learn if your high school participates in the Dual Enrollment Program, contact your high school guidance counselor. If your high school does not offer your preferred courses or does not participate in the Dual Enrollment Program, Bucks offers a High School Enrichment Program that may work for you.