Earn College Credit at DCTS!
DCTS continues to seek out opportunities for students to maximize their high school experience. Eligible students will now have the opportunity to earn college credits and fulfill high school requirements at the same time through dual enrollment. Eligible students will now have the opportunity to earn college credits and fulfill high school requirements at the same time through dual enrollment.
The Delaware County Technical High Schools are excited to announce a dual enrollment partnership with Delaware County Community College (DCCC) for our Automotive Technology Program. Eligible students can earn up to 17 college credits in two years, or up to 8 college credits in one year, while enrolled in this unique program. Courses will be taught by DCTS instructors.
View the DCCC Parent letter here!
View the DCCC Dual Enrollment Instructions here!
Immaculata University is now offering a dual enrollment program for Delaware County Technical College High School juniors and seniors enrolled in DCTS programs, enabling them to earn up to six college credits. Through this program, students may take the following courses at DCTS to earn college credits in allied health and other majors at the greatly discounted rate of $100 per credit. Immaculata courses are only available for the spring semester. Click here to visit Immaculata for course offerings. The course registration will remain open until January 31st, 2023.
Widener University is now offering a dual enrollment program for Delaware County Technical College High School juniors and seniors. Through this program, students may take the following courses at DCTS to earn college credits at the greatly discounted rate of $200 per credit.To apply for Widener University Dual Enrollment click here.
Check out the Widener Dual Enrollment Courses Here!
Watch our Widener University Dual Enrollment Zoom Presentation here!
1:1 Articulation AgreementsPartnerships between one DCTS program and one Post-Secondary College/University for a certain number of credits. Credits will only transfer to the school the agreement is with. These are not transferrable credits.
SOAR (Students Occupationally and Academically Ready)Explore college and universities. See their transfer admission requirements, credit policies, financial aid and scholarship specifics, tuition, fees, contact info, and more. Find out how various institutions have reviewed, evaluated, and will accept the courses you have already taken, or plan to take, for transfer credit. Visit CollegeTransfer.net to learn more about this opportunity with your DCTS program!