Dual Enrollment

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What is Dual Enrollment? 
Dual enrollment allows students to take college courses on the college campus while still enrolled in high school.  OHS partners with St. Louis Community College to bring this opportunity to our students.  Please use the links below for more information.

  • STLCC Dual Enrollment - Apply as a dual enrollment student at STLCC by scrolling down to the "Applying to STLCC" section and following the steps.  Once you submit your application, STLCC will send you an email that includes your student number and further instructions that are necessary to complete your STLCC account.  Follow all instructions closely and completely. 
  • Your completed  Dual Enrollment Authorization Form should be turned in to the OHS Guidance Office as soon as possible.  The school section will be completed and forwarded to STLCC along with your transcript.  You must include your student number ("A" number), the course(s) you plan to take (including the CRN number for each course section), and all necessary signatures.  For summer classes, forms turned in after the last day of school will be submitted as counselors return to work throughout the summer.
  • You can use the STLCC Interactive Schedule to plan your courses and find your CRN numbers.  Courses fill up quickly, so register early.
                                            Important Dual Enrollment information!!!
  • Students should complete their registration for the fall semester by May 1.
  • Students participating in MSHSAA activities are required to attempt and earn 3 credits each semester to maintain eligibility.  Contact Mr. Ventimiglia for MSHSAA eligibility verification.
  • Students can have up to two dismissal blocks in their OHS schedule for every one dual enrollment course taken.
  • Students are responsible for all transportation to their dual enrollment class(es).


 

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