Dual Enrollment

A student sits happily at her seat during art class.

The robust Dual Enrollment program at NCCS gives Upper School students a distinct advantage for their futures. On our own campus, NCCS students can take college courses, allowing them to earn both high school and college credit simultaneously. Taught by our own teachers, who have been hired as adjunct professors by our partnering universities, these courses allow students to earn up to 25 college credit hours via school partnerships with Shorter University and Truett McConnell University.

Our recent graduating class completed 262 Dual Enrollment courses during their Upper School career at NCCS. Dual enrollment opportunities are just one way we encourage our students to spread their wings and soar.



Truett McConell University.

Program Details



Shorter University library.

Program Details



Kennesaw State University.

Dual Enrollment Honors Program (DEHP)

Additional Dual Enrollment Programs

Eligible students can also take additional Dual Enrollment courses through the University System of Georgia, other than through KSU, Truett McConnell, and Shorter.

  • Student meets with the college counselor to discuss identified courses and eligibility requirements from the preferred college or university.
  • If the request is approved, the student will make application to the appropriate college or university and adhere to deadlines and course registration policies.
  • Student creates a schedule request for the following year that includes dual enrollment courses (pending university acceptance and course availability).

Megan Strange 
Upper School Principal

Kimberly Norfork
Director of College Counseling

Kris Baker
Upper School Admin. Assistant