Information for School Counselors
Welcome, School Counselors!
Here, you'll find a multitude of resources that you can provide prospective Indian River State College students at St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Martin, and Indian River County High Schools. There's plenty that future Pioneers can take advantage of, from tours of our campuses during Great Explorations to the excitement of Discover IRSC Week.
Upcoming Information Sessions
Looking to give your students more information about applying to IRSC? Want to know more about how we can help you? Be sure to check our resources guide!
- Dual Enrollment for High School Students
- Dual Enrollment High School Course Request Form
- Dual Enrollment Exception Request Form
- Dual Enrollment Information Sharing Statement of Understanding
- D.E.A.N. - provides IRSC access to high school counselors.
- 2023 Educational Partnership Conference
- D.E.A.N. Training Resources
- IRSC School of Education Presentation
Alternative Placement Measures
The following alternative measures may be used to satisfy placement in English, Reading and Math for students who are not exempt from placement testing. Official high school transcripts or official scores reports must be sent directly from the issuing organization to Indian River State College. The alternate placement measures will start for Fall 2022 classes for students that have graduated from high school. The alternate placement measures will start for Spring 2023 classes for dual enrollment students.
|Writing and Language Test||25|
|Reasoning through Language Arts||165|
|Language Arts Reading||580|
|Language Arts Writing||560 and 6 on Essay|
|Language Arts Reading||15|
|Language Arts Writing||15|
|Algebra 1 and End-of-Course Assessment||4|
|Geometry and End-of-Course Assessment||4|
Full Credit Courses (1 Credit)
Any student who has an unweighted high school GPA of 3.0 and achieves a grade of “B” or better in any of the full credit (1 credit) courses listed below shall have demonstrated readiness for college-level work.
Half Credit Courses (0.5 Credit)
Any student who has an unweighted high school GPA of 3.0 and achieves a grade of “B” or better in two half credit (0.5 credit) courses with the same name and listed below shall have demonstrated readiness for college-level work. Any grades that are not “B” or better will not demonstrate readiness for college-level work.
Courses Taught at a Florida Public High School
- Algebra 1/Algebra 1 Honors
- Algebra 2/Algebra 2 Honors
- Probability and Statistics
- Math for College Algebra
- Math for College Statistics
- Math for College Liberal Arts
- English Language and Literature
- English 4/English 4 Honors
Accelerated High School Courses
- Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) high school mathematics courses
- Advanced Placement (AP) high school mathematics courses
- International Baccalaureate (IB) high school mathematics courses
- English Language and English Literature
- Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) high school English courses
- Advanced Placement (AP) high school English courses
- International Baccalaureate (IB) high school English courses
Students achieving passing scores and receiving credit for college-level communication or computation through CLEP shall have previously demonstrated readiness for college-level coursework.