Courses are taken in class or online and may also fulfill high school graduation requirements.
Early College, Dual Enrollment, Early Admission Info Sessions
St. Petersburg College offers three options for high school students to earn high school and college credits simultaneously. And it’s FREE! Find out more at these information sessions from 6-8 p.m. No RSVP necessary.
Seating is Limited
2017 Sessions for rising juniors and seniors:
Thurs., Jan. 5 – St. Petersburg College, Clearwater Campus
Arts Auditorium for rising juniors
Wed., Jan. 11 – Palm Harbor University High School
Main Auditorium for rising juniors
Thurs., Jan. 12 – St. Petersburg College, Seminole Campus
Conference Center for rising juniors
Tues., Jan. 17 – Gibbs High School, Grande Theater
Grande Theater for rising juniors
Part-time program where students attend college courses at SPC or at their high school to earn credits toward fulfilling high school graduation requirements, while earning credits toward a college degree. There is no cost for application and tuition, and for Pinellas County public school students, no cost for textbooks.
Who is eligible?
Students enrolled in grades 6-12 in Pinellas County public schools, private schools and home-education programs, and who meet the qualifying high school GPA* and College Placement Test score requirements. *Pinellas County public middle school students must have at least a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA based on a minimum of seven (7) high school credits in a combination of math, science, English or social studies or at least a cumulative 3.0 unweighted GPA in a particular field of study.
To remain in the Dual Enrollment program a college GPA of 2.0 (C average) is required.
Contact your high school counselor to see if you are eligible to take Dual Enrollment classes at SPC.
If you successfully complete a Dual Enrollment course, you also will receive high school credit. Many Dual Enrollment classes also are offered at public and private high schools. Ask your high school counselor for details.
Federal law prohibits the college from releasing information regarding a student's progress in college courses to a third party without the student's written consent.
Interested in staying at SPC after high school?
If you want to continue your college education at SPC after you've met all your high school graduation requirements, please follow these steps: