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Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment offers eligible high school students the opportunity to enroll in college coursework to earn both high school and college credit. Through a partnership with Midlands Technical College, Lexington Two provides this opportunity for students to earn college credits while still working towards their high school diploma at no cost.

Early College Grads


Lexington Two offers three Dual Enrollment options for students:

  • Early College Cohort
  • General Studies Certificate
  • Independent (Stand Alone) Course Enrollment

*In each pathway, students take a minimum of two (2) courses or six (6) credit hours each semester.

Benefits of Dual Enrollment

  • Rigorous college-level study in high school.
  • Entering college with completed general education requirements.
  • Opportunity to earn an associate degree from Midlands Technical College.
  • Opportunity to save money on post-secondary costs with FREE TUITION.
  • Development of study skills, time management, and discipline needed for success in college and beyond.



Dual Enrollment:

  • Rising 11th or 12th grader
  • Good standing (grades, attendance, behavior)
  • Principal and Counselor recommendation
  • Meets Midlands Technical College entrance requirements for college level courses
  • Must commit to a minimum of two classes (6 credit hours) each semester of enrollment
  • Eligible PSAT, SAT, ACT or ACCUPLACER scores
  • Meets MTC Multiple Measures requirements

Early College:

  • Rising 10th grader
  • Summer Commitment
  • Good standing (grades, attendance, behavior)
  • Principal and Counselor recommendation
  • 3.0+ GPA on current transcript
  • Ranked in top 25% of class
  • Student Interview and Teacher recommendations
  • Meets Midlands Technical College requirements for college level courses.
  • Eligible PSAT or ACCUPLACER scores
  • Meets multiple measure requirements


Transferring Dual Enrollment Credits

Students should check with the college(s) they are interested in attending in order to verify course transferability. Colleges and universities have the final say regarding how college credit transfers to their institutions. Additional information on college course transfers and articulation agreements can be found on the website for the S.C. Transfer and Articulation Center,                                         

Early College Application period is
Now Closed
2024-25 Dual Enrollment Application Period
is Now Closed