Dual Enrollment Program


Calvary Chapel Christian School is now offering Dual Enrollment courses for our 10th-12th grade students. By enrolling in these courses, the students will be able to earn college credit and high school credit at the same time. In addition to preparing them for college success, this opportunity can save them thousands of dollars in college tuition.

The Christian Universities we have partnered with share our vision of giving the best opportunity for our students to develop a strong intellectual and moral character, and a Biblical perspective on the total world view. We desire our students to be Christlike influences in the world doing everything is such a way that pleases Him.


What is Dual Enrollment?

Dual Enrollment courses allow qualified high school students to enroll in college level classes that earn both high school and college credit at the same time.

What are the qualifications to be enrolled in Dual Enrollment courses?

  • Be in the 10th-12th grade
  • Meet 3.2 GPA
  • Meet with guidance counselor
  • Earn qualifying score on Math or English placement test, if required
  • Earn qualifying score on SAT’s (only applies to UNWSP)

Please refer to the specific university and inquire with the CCCS Dual Enrollment Coordinator.

When do students complete coursework?

On-line courses:

Students will work on their On-line Dual Enrollment courses during an assigned period in the school day. The online classes are led by the university instructor and a CCCS teacher provides support and guidance. If coursework is not completed during the school day, it is the student’s responsibility to complete their work at home and submit their assignments when it is due. It is important for students enrolled in On-line Dual Enrollment courses to be diligent and maintain good study habits as their grade will remain on their permanent college transcripts.

On-site courses

We also offer a limited selection of CCCS taught dual enrollment courses. These courses are taught by CCCS faculty using our school’s curriculum. Students in CCCS taught dual enrollment courses will be given college level coursework that is to be completed when instructed in class or at home as homework.

Are Dual Enrollment courses transferable?

The universities we have partnered with are regionally accredited; therefore most universities that accept transfer credits should accept the dual credits. Some courses may not be accepted within the student’s area of study. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the appropriate college or university to see if the Dual Enrollment course(s) will be accepted.

How many Dual Enrollment courses can students take?

Students are limited to taking two dual enrollment courses a semester unless approved by the CCCS Administration.

What is the difference between Dual Enrollment courses and Advanced Placement courses?

AP courses require students to pass the AP exam at the end of the school year in order to receive college credit. Dual Enrollment courses grant credit based on the completion of the course with a passing grade of “C” or better. The grades students receive in Dual Enrollment courses are permanent and will appear on both high school and college transcripts.

Why take dual enrollment courses?

If you have a true interest in a subject area and are willing to work hard, consider taking dual enrollment courses. You will gain exposure to the rigorous course work expectations in college.

You will be able to:

  • transition easier between high school and college
  • Demonstrate to colleges and universities an ability to succeed in rigorous academics
  • Boost your GPA
  • Gain an edge: College admissions officers look favorably on students who take challenging courses
  • Challenge yourself in more demanding classes
  • Improve writing skills and sharpen problem-solving techniques
  • Develop study habits necessary for tackling rigorous course work
  • Study subjects in greater depth and detail
  • Take classes with others who want to achieve and learn
  • earn credit for college and high school simultaneously
  • save  money on tuition expenses
  • get a head start on college


(As of 4/15/16)

Le Tourneau University

Mission Statement– LeTourneau University is a comprehensive institution of Christian higher education where educators engage learners to nurture Christian virtue, to develop competency and ingenuity in their professional fields, to integrate faith and work, and to serve the local and global community.

Vision Statement– Claiming every workplace in every nation as our mission field, LeTourneau University graduates are professionals of ingenuity and Christ-like character who see life’s work as a holy calling with eternal impact.

Regionally Accredited By: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSOC)


COSC1303-ZZ Computer Science 3 credits
ENGL1013-ZZ English Composition I 3 credits
ENGL1014-ZZ English Composition I w/ lab 4 credits
HUMA1153-ZZ Introduction to Fine Arts 3 credits
KINE1512-ZZ Concepts of Lifetime Fitness 2 credits
KINE2913-ZZ Human Nutrition 3 credits
PSYC2013-ZZ Introduction to Psychology 3 credits
SPAN1113-ZZ Elementary Spanish I 3 credits


Qualifications: Be in the 10th-12th grade and have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher


Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon University is a premier Christian university educating people to lead and serve.

Grand Canyon University prepares learners to become global citizens, critical thinkers, effective communicators and responsible leaders by providing an academically challenging, values-based curriculum from the context of our Christian heritage.

The curriculum at GCU is designed to prepare students with the skills and knowledge needed in the contemporary job market. Students are challenged to develop these tools and to push their intellectual limits in order to become successful in their careers.

In addition, the curriculum fosters personal discovery so that students realize within themselves the elements of compassion and accountability. A uniquely important element of the GCU mission statement is the defining attribute of its Christian heritage. The GCU community defines its culture by the way its members reflect a committed relationship with Christ and creates the GCU experience in a manner that reflects His teachings to support students and graduates through a successful life journey.

These normative Christian values are integral to the development, maturity, and education of ethical and morally respectable citizens who continue on the path of life-long learning. Each element or objective of the GCU mission statement is uniquely addressed in the GCU curriculum and by the GCU culture, which shapes a rich learning environment from which students graduate with professional and life skills.

When learners graduate from GCU, our expectation is that they will be global citizens, critical thinkers, effective communicators, and responsible leaders.

Regionally Accredited By: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Higher Learning Commission (NCAHLC)



ACC250 Financial Accounting

(Prerequisite: Math Placement)

4 credits
BIO220 Environmental Science 4 credits
BUS232 Introduction to Sports Management 4 credits
COM126 Communication and the Media 4 credits
EDU210 Foundations of Education 4 credits
ENG 105 English Composition I 4 credits
ENG 106 English Composition II

(Prerequisite: English 105)

4 credits
GOV210 Introduction to Comparative Government and International Politics 4 credits
JUS104 Introduction to Justice Studies 4 credits
JUS110 Crime and Criminology 4 credits
MAT 250 College Algebra and Trigonometry

(Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in MAT-134 or placement test required)

4 credits
MAT 252 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

(Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in MAT-250 or placement test required.)

4 credits
MAT 253 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

(Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in MAT-252 or placement test required.)

4 credits
MGT 240 Introduction to Management 4 credits
PSY 102 General Psychology * Requires Administration Approval 4 credits
SOC102 Principles of Sociology 4 credits

 COST OF TUITION: $52.50 PER CREDIT (up to 32 credits)

*Please note: Online courses taken at Grand Canyon University are 7 weeks long.  

Qualifications: Be in the 10th-12th grade. 10th grade must have a cumulative 3.25 GPA or higher. 11th and 12th grade must have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher.

*All students taking English or math courses will be required to take an online placement test


University of Northwestern

Mission Statement- University of Northwestern – St. Paul exists to provide Christ-centered higher education equipping students to grow intellectually and spiritually, to serve effectively in their professions, and to give God-honoring leadership in the home, church, community, and world.

Vision Statement- Because of God’s compelling love, we will teach wisdom and understanding to reach all nations for Christ.(2 Corinthians 5:14, Proverbs 1:7, Matthew 28:19)

Regionally Accredited By: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Higher Learning Commission (NCAHLC)



ANT2045 Cultural Anthropology 4 credits
ART1007 Art Appreciation 3 credits
BIO1025 Medical Terminology 2 credits
CHN1001 Beginning Chinese 1 4 credits
CHN1002 Beginning Chinese II

(PQ: CHN1001)

4 credits
ENG1105 English Composition

( PQ: ACT or PLAN English score of 19, SAT Verbal score of 460, PSAT Verbal score of 46, or ENG0009 passed)

4 credits
COM2008 Film Appreciation 3 credits
COM2107 Communication Theory 4 credits
CRJ2125 Criminology 4 credits
                           GST1015 Basic Computer Applications 1 credit
GEO1007 Principles of Geography 3 credits
GEO1017 Principles of World Gegraphy 3 credits
HISI1005 History of Western Civilization 4 credits
HISI3115 Old Testament Archaeology 2 credits
HIS3116 New Testament Archaeology 2 credits
MKT1086 Fundamentals of Marketing 3 credits
MAT1005 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts

(PQ: ACT or PLAN Math score of 18, SAT Math score of 430, PSAT Math score of 43, or successful completion of MAT0008)

4 credits
MAT1126 Precalculus 4 credits
MAT2055 Statistics

(PQ: ACT Math score of 18–27 recommended [SAT Math score of 430–610)

4 credits
MAT2121 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

((PQ: “C–” in MAT1126, ACT or PLAN Math score of 28, SAT Math score of 630, or PSAT Math score of 63)

4 credits
MUSC10758 Introduction to Music 2 credits
PHI2005 Introduction to Philosophy 4 credits
PHI2016 Ethics 4 credits
PHE1065 Lifetime Fitness and Wellness 1 credit
PHE1066 Health and Fitness for Life 2 credits
THE1055 Introduction to Theatre 2 credits
PSY1005 Introduction to Psychology 4 credits
SCI1010 Environmental Science & Lab 4 credits
SCI2108 Concepts of Astronomy & Lab 4 credits
SOC1035 Introduction to Sociology 4 credits
SPA 1001 Beginning Spanish I 4 credits
SPA 1002 Beginning Spanish II 4 credits


Qualifications: Be in the 11th-12th grade and have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher, ACT/PLAN score of 18, SAT score of 1200, or PSAT score of 120. For any other standardized tests, students must rank in the top 50%. Contact admissions for other accepted standardized tests.


Colorado Christian University

Mission Statement- Colorado Christian University cultivates knowledge and love of God in a Christ-centered community of learners and scholars, with an enduring commitment to the integration of exemplary academics, spiritual formation, and engagement with the world.

Christ-centered community– Our community of interdependent students, faculty, and staff seeks to honor and obey Jesus Christ, who is present in Spirit and speaks in Scripture, and to advance God’s purposes in the lives of every member.

Exemplary academics- Our undergraduate and graduate curriculum integrates faith and learning in a scholarly environment that fosters critical and creative thinking, academic excellence, and professional competence.

Spiritual formation– Our academic and student development programs cultivate a deep and enduring faith that affirms the authority of Scripture and embraces Christ as the authentic center of life.

Engagement with the world- Our students experience and engage the world in ways that prepare leaders to serve and transform their professions, churches, and communities

Vision Statement- We envision graduates who think critically and creatively, lead with high ethical and professional standards, embody the character and compassion of Jesus Christ, and who thereby are prepared to impact the world.

Regionally Accredited By: Colorado Christian University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.


Colorado Christian University  
COM 103 Speech-Mr. Davis    3   credits
BIO 101/111 Biological Life w/Lab–Mr. Alley   4   credits
CHM 121/131 Chemistry w/Lab- Mr. Alley   5   credits


Qualifications: Be in the 10th-12th grade and have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher