Fort Worth Independent School District (FWISD) students may be eligible to earn college credit while they are still in high school by enrolling in dual credit courses and successfully completing the courses. Fort Worth ISD and Tarrant County College (TCC) work together to provide students with the opportunity to participate in dual credit courses.
Dual Credit students take college-level courses taught by fully credentialed TCC faculty. These courses satisfy high school graduation requirements and provide college credit at the same time.
Fort Worth ISD will award high school academic credit for approved courses. TCC will award college-level academic credit.
For additional information regarding dual credit, contact your high school Career & College Readiness Coordinator for admission into the campus Dual Credit Academy.
- Must meet TSI eligibility requirements for college-level coursework
- Bacterial meningitis vaccine is required for students taking classes at any Tarrant County College campus
- Must earn a “C” or higher in each course attempted to remain eligible for dual credit coursework
Additional information about Tarrant County College Dual Credit may be found at: https://www.tccd.edu/academics/high-school-programs/dual-credit/
The Tarrant County College Dual Credit Manual has detailed information about procedures, guidelines, and resources: Dual Credit Manual
Please contact Amy Draper with other Dual Credit questions.
Amy Penrose Draper
Coordinator of Post Secondary Success
Executive Director of Choice and Collegiate Programming