Dual Credit Program
The MISD dual credit program allows students to earn up to 48 college credit hours while in high school.
The program exposes students to the rigors of college life while working towards the goal of achieving a bachelor's degree and limiting student debt.
Students in this program may begin select course work in 10th grade. Students may take up to three courses during the fall and spring semesters.
Effective Summer 2020, Dual Credit Summer School will no longer be offered in MISD. Students may still take classes during the summer at TCC SE campus, however, all tuition, fees and textbooks will be at the student’s expense. Students must bring a TCC transcript to the registrar on their home campus, and those courses within our agreement will be added to the high school transcript.
All interested students are highly encouraged to first research the college(s) they are considering to determine which courses best support their future degree plans.