ALL COLLEGE COURSES FOR MCPS STUDENTS ARE NOW TUITION FREE!
Click HERE new windowfor more information.
EARLY COLLEGE AND VIRTUAL MIDDLE COLLEGE INTEREST FORMS due by November 11th.
Click HERE new windowto submit an interest form for Early College:
Click HERE new windowto submit an interest form for Virtual Middle College
Dual Enrollment allows qualified students to be fully admitted and enrolled at Montgomery College while completing high school.
Students will earn a college degree through our early college or middle college programs or earn individual college credits through a Jumpstart to College pathway, all while still completing their high school diploma requirements.
Students are registered for standard college courses taught by Montgomery College professors on our campuses, online or at select high school sites.Skip section
The Early College program provides MCPS students an opportunity to earn a college degree, attend college courses on MC's campus, experiencing college life in 11th and 12th grade while completing their HS diploma requirements. College tuition and textbooks are also covered.
Jump Start to College enables students to be admitted and enrolled in college courses at MC, earning college credit while still in high school. Qualifying MCPS, private, out-of-county and homeschooled students may take one course or a pathway of courses that allows them to continue at MC or transfer credits after HS graduation.
The Middle College Programs provides MCPS students an opportunity to earn a college degree while still attending their home high school. Students may participate in MC2 at Northwest or Northwood HS, P-TECH at Clarksburg HS or the Virtual Middle College at any MCPS high school including the MCPS Virtual Academy. Students will simultaneously earn a college degree and HS diploma by the end of their 12th grade year.
As a private school student or out-of-county public school student, there are many dual enrollment options available to you. Students from 9th to 12th grade may enroll at MC and take just one course or enough to earn significant credit towards a college degree while still in high school.