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College Credit Programs

College Courses

Students in grades 9–12 have opportunities to earn collegecredit through the following methods:
  • Certain courses taught at the high schoolcampus, which may include courses termed dual credit, Advanced Placement (AP),or International Baccalaureate (IB);
  • Enrollment in an AP or dual credit coursethrough the Texas Virtual School Network;
  • Enrollment in courses taught in conjunction andin partnership with Victoria College or UHV.
  • Enrollment in courses taught at the followinginstitutions in the district: see high school counselor.
  • Certain CTE courses.
All of these methods have eligibility requirements and mustbe approved prior to enrollment in the course. Please see the counselor for more information.
Note to parents and students: Please keep in mind not allcolleges and universities accept credit for all dual credit courses or APcredit courses.  Students and parentsshould check with prospective colleges to determine if credit will count towardselected degree plans.

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