Benefits of College-Level Study in High School:
- Develop the study skills, time management skills, and discipline needed for success in college and beyond.
- Increase your chances of getting into desires colleges.
- Enhance your scholarship portfolio.
- Contact: Judi Bledsoe - Early College Counselor
2019-20 Early College Dual Enrollment Application Process
Test Dates: You will receive an email with your testing date, time, and location.
Freshman Cohort Test/Retest Request Deadline: February 22, 2019
Application Completion Deadline is: February 22, 2019
STEP 1 - Complete “Request to be Tested for Early College” Form at the link below. Deadline to Request Testing: February 22, 2019
STEP 2 - Complete the online “MTC Dual Enrollment Application.”
You will need to "create an account" with your personal email (not Lex2.org)
STEP 3 - Print, complete, sign, and return the following 3 forms (use INK, no “Whiteout,” “scratch-outs” or “mark-throughs”). These forms are included in the online MTC Dual Enrollment Application" at the link above.
STEP 4 - Take the SAT ACCUPLACER Next Generation entrance exam (reading/math) and Writing Sample and receive eligible scores.
You MUST have your social security number to take these test (required by MTC). Exam Dates: TBA
Details are listed on the "Retest to be Tested Form."
Reminder: Test Score Results will be emailed to the address you provided on the "Request to be Tested Form."
|STEP 5 - Students who meet all eligibility requirements will be notified and must participate in Early College Advisement meeting with Ms. Bledsoe before March 1st. Early College course preferences will be selected during this meeting.