2018-2019 Dual Enrollment
ACT or ACT Pre-test Scores
Students must earn a minimum composite score of 19 and sub-scores of 19 in relevant subject areas in order to be eligible for dual enrollment courses as follows:
Dual enrollment math course enrollment requires a sub score in Math of 19.
Dual enrollment science course enrollment requires a sub score in Science of 19.
Dual enrollment English, Spanish, Speech, Econ, and History Course enrollment requires sub scores of 19 in English and Reading.
Students must have a minimum high school cumulative G.PA of 3.0 to enroll in dual enrollment courses with the exception of Mechatronics requires a 2.5 cumulative GPA.
Students must complete all applications and financial assistance paperwork required by Motlow or TCAT prior to the end of the 2017-2018 school year in order to be eligible for dual enrollment courses in the fall of 2018. A Motlow representative will be on the high school campus during registration to assist with this process.
Students/Parents are responsible for all fees and charges incurred for dual enrollment courses". Motlow will provide a complete explanation of the current fees to parents and students prior to enrollment. Lack of payment will result in credits not posted for high school credit ad may impact a student’s graduation eligibility.
11th and 12th Grade students are eligible to take all Motlow classes offered on the WCHS campus.
12th graders are eligible to take classes on the Motlow·campus, if a student chooses to take classes on the Motlow campus during the school day, they ·must be registered for a minimum of 12 college credit hours per semester. They will be considered full time Motlow students and will not
have courses scheduled on the WCHS campus. Their high school schedule will reflect the Motlow courses from which students have enrolled. Students will be required to sign in at Motlow each day for high school attendance purposes.
Students will not be permitted to take courses on both campuses during the school day or have both campus courses reflected on their high school schedule.
Motlow campus courses follow the Motlow academic calendar which does not align with the WCHS calendar. WCHS school related events do not excuse students from Motlow courses on either campus.
Additional Motlow Courses:
Students may take additional Motlow courses at night, on line, or in the summer. Students may also pursue the completion of their Associates Degree while still in high school. These courses are not part of the regular high school day and are not reflected on the daily schedule. Enrollment in these courses is done through Motlow and are not processed through WCHS. Students may elect to have these courses added to their high school transcript upon completion of the course. Students must submit their Motlow transcript to their WCHS School counselor in order to have the courses added to their transcript.
Dropping Courses and Incompletes:
Students must work with high school counselors and Motlow staff, in order to drop Motlow courses. Dropping courses may impact future financial aid and/or a student's graduation eligibility. Students must complete each course and receive a grade. Incompletes cannot be accepted at WCHS.