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Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment

Earn College Credit or a College Degree While In High School
WHAT'S NEW!

ALL COLLEGE COURSES FOR MCPS STUDENTS ARE NOW TUITION FREE!

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EARLY COLLEGE AND VIRTUAL MIDDLE COLLEGE INTEREST FORMS due by November 11th.

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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. 

See Frequently Asked Questions and other resources below.

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Early College

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.

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Jump Start to College

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.

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Middle College

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.

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Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

Topics include general information, college course options, getting registered, and tuition, fees and financial assistance.

Parents' Corner

We look forward to working with parents to support your student as they learn and grow in college. Parents' Corner information will assist you in understanding and empowering them to take control of their academic life, while enjoying the experience.  

Academic Support

Whether you need to do a research paper or need tutoring and guidance, our academic support offices and resources are here to support and assist you.

Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning

Tuition and Financial Assistance

Tuition is free for all MCPS students.  Private and Homeschool student costs vary.

Options for MCPS Students

As a MCPS 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 a college degree while still in high school.

Options for Private and out-of-county public school students

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.

Options for home schooled students

MC requires that any home schooled high school student provide verification from their local school system that they are receiving home school instruction. 

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What People are Saying
My son took several classes at Montgomery College in his senior year of high school. Not only did he earn nine credits which transferred to a four-year university, but also he developed an understanding of the rigors and expectations of college-level coursework. And he enjoyed his professors, too.
MCPS Parent Jill F.