• FWISD has partnered with UT Austin to offer our students On Ramps Dual Enrollment Courses.  See your counselor for course options.

    Students and parents can find out more about the ptrogram at https://onramps.utexas.edu/students/

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    Most students who graduate from high school never complete a college degree. This problematic national trend can be reversed for students who engage in high-quality college-level learning experiences early in their academic career.

    OnRamps' innovative dual-enrollment program brings rigorous courses aligned with the high standards and expectations of The University of Texas at Austin to thousands of students across Texas. Using best-in-class resources, materials, and instructional strategies OnRamps also provides intensive, yearlong professional development and support that improves teaching quality in hundreds of classrooms throughout the state.

    The key benefit of early exposure to postsecondary education is the authentic entry point to college expectations it provides for students and their families. In addition, earning transferable college credit while in high school accelerates degree completion by reducing the costs and impact of student loans and increasing lifetime earning potential. In OnRamps students learn first-hand all that it takes to succeed in college before they get there.

    The result? A greater number and diversity of students who are fully prepared to follow a path to college and career success.

  • Welcome to Dual Credit Information compliments of Tarrant County College

    If your teenager is a freshman or sophomore in high school, a decision about college is closer than you think. Given the steep tuition prices at most colleges and universities, higher education may seem out of reach.

    But what if your student could get a jump start on college credit while saving up to $15,000 on the total cost of college tuition?

    Consider Dual Credit

    TCC's Dual Credit Program is a way your student can earn college credit while attending high school.

    Our Dual Credit students take college-level courses taught by fully credentialed faculty. These courses satisfy high school graduation requirements and provide college creditat the same time.

    • Your ISD will award high school academic credit.
    • TCC will award college-level academic credit.

    When Dual Credit students graduate from high school, they may have already completed transferable college credits.

    Learn more about if Dual Credit is right for your student.

    How will my student benefit?

    Students who become a part of our Dual Credit program:

    • Receive transferable college credit, while also receiving high school credit
    • Save on tuition and fees by accelerating time to complete an undergraduate or vocational degree
    • Have access to the full range of TCC services
    • Be better prepared for success in college
    • Have an academic edge and be more desirable to universities

    Is my student eligible for Dual Credit in FWISD?

    High school students entering 11th-12th grades who attend public, private, charter or home schools in one of our Service Areas are eligible for Dual Credit courses.

    Dual Credit students:

    • Must meet TSI eligibility requirements for college-level coursework or be exempt based on ACT or SAT scores.
    • May enroll in a maximum of 6 hours per semester for courses that apply toward a certificate, degree or TCC Core Curriculum, with approval from the high school and college.
      • It is recommended students in their first semester of Dual Credit enroll in a maximum of two courses.
    • Are not eligible to enroll in developmental courses for Dual Credit.
    • Must follow TCC's Academic Standing and all other policies and regulations outlined in the TCC Catalog.



    If you HAVE NOT applied to TCC and want to participate in Dual Credit in 2019-2020, open the PowerPoint below for  instructions on how to apply to TCC and COMPLETE the application. 

                            **3-5 days following submission you will receive an email from “No Reply-TCCD…” that contains your ID#.  Bring me that number as soon as you receive it.

                             ** IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED your TCC ID number and it has been longer than 7 days, come see me ASAP.


    How to Apply to TCC  Paper  Click to access Apply Texas 


    Karen S. Hiller     Room 123   CCR Coordinator   817-815-6042