DUAL CREDIT

  • GOOGLE CLASSROOMS

    Northwest Vista College (NVC)

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    Angelo State Univ (ASU)

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  • Dual Credit

    2022-2023 School Year

     

    Students need to watch the Dual Credit video, review the Boerne ISD Dual Credit Handbook, and join the appropriate 2022-2023 Dual Credit Google Classroom(s).  The classrooms will be your main source of information, instructions, and due dates.  

     

    Remember, taking a dual credit course means you are enrolled in college.  Your grade will be permanent on your college transcript.  A good indicator if your student is ready for a college level class, is if they can independently (or with minimal help) complete all the steps for the dual credit application and meet all deadlines.  As a reminder, the application process should be completed by the student - not the parent. 

    Reviewing the Google Classrooms diligently and following instructions carefully are only the beginning to ensure you are ready for a course of this level.  

     

    Northwest Vista College (NVC): q4axagz

    Angelo State University (ASU): dlbh2ou

     

    If your student needs help or has questions, feel free to contact our Dual Credit Liaison, Danna Geist or your student's assigned counselor.  

     

     

     

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  • Dual Credit

     

    Boerne Independent School District is contantly adopting new ways to support our students in their post secondary plans.  One of the many ways BISD accomplishes this is to provide High School students opportunities to earn college credit while in high school.  Our dual credit program is very popular at both high schools.  BISD just announced a few new dual credit options to support our students.

     

    BISD high school students will have the opportunity to take dual credit classes via Northwest Vista College (NVC), Angleo State University (ASU), or UT On Ramps for the upcoming school year.  Please review the Dual Credit Options Quick Reference for the programs offered and let your school counselor know if you have any questions regarding the process or if you'd like more information.