Dual Enrollment for High School Students
The Indian River State College Dual Enrollment program allows eligible public, charter, private and home education students to simultaneously earn high school credit (toward their high school diploma) and credit toward an Associate Degree or career training certificate for an eligible course.
Through IRSC Dual Enrollment, eligible students get a jump on college, saving both time and money. Dual Enrollment students are exempt from application fees, tuition and laboratory fees, and public, charter and home school students receive required textbooks at no charge.
College course materials and class discussions may reflect topics not typically included in secondary courses. College courses will not be modified to accommodate variations in student age and/or maturity. Parents should review the course syllabus before enrolling their student to determine if the content is age appropriate. All IRSC course syllabi may be accessed and reviewed at https://irsc.simplesyllabus.com/en-US/syllabus-library.
Dual Enrollment Information Sessions, Q & A and Orientation
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.
Okeechobee County Dual Enrollment
Student Success Center
Fall and Spring Semesters
Monday–Thursday 8:00 a.m.–6:30 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m.–12:00 noon
Monday–Thursday, 7:00 a.m.–6:30 p.m.