Dual Enrollment High School Program
Earn college credits in high school!
Concurrent enrollment at Insight School of Oklahoma (ISOK) gives eligible juniors and seniors the advantage of preparing for college while working toward their high school diploma. Students may enroll in a combined number of high school and college courses per semester as long as they do not exceed a full-time college workload of 19 semester credit hours. All ISOK courses are the equivalent of 3 credit hours.
Earn high school and college credits at the same time.
By completing college credits in high school, students may be able to finish college earlier—saving time and money.
Concurrent enrollment course credits transfer to any public Oklahoma state colleges or universities.
Students must be eligible for admissions to the college or university under regular admission criteria.
Juniors must have an ACT composite score of 21 or above and a sub-score of 19 or above in the desired concurrent subject area
Seniors must have an ACT composite score of 19 or above and a sub-score of 19 or above in the desired concurrent subject area.
For a detailed description of requirements, read Quick Glance for Concurrent College.
Things to Consider
State law requires all concurrent enrollment courses be entered on a student’s high school transcript as either academic or elective credit.
Concurrent courses count toward a student’s GPA and class rank.
What are the costs?
Eligible high school seniors receive a tuition waiver for a maximum of 18 credit hours of concurrent enrollment.
Currently, funding is only available for seniors. However, some individual institutions provide tuition waivers for juniors.
Students are required to pay for course fees, books, supplies, etc.
Get a jump-start on your career!
Not sure college is in your future? Concurrent enrollment at a career tech center may be right for you.
Eligible juniors and seniors can attend an area career tech center program while in high school. Some career tech centers also offer programs for sophomores.
Students must be on track for graduation to be approved to participate in a career tech program.
Students are limited to attending career tech half time and must be enrolled in at least three ISOK or the equivalent in concurrent enrollment courses per semester.
Students must pass all ISOK courses to maintain approval to continue in career tech the following semester.
How do I get started?
Contact your local center to determine program offerings, application deadlines, and admission requirements. These will vary from one center to another.
What are the costs?
Tuition is not charged for eligible high school students, but additional supplies may have a cost.