Get a Head Start on College in High School
Who can participate?
- Grades 9-12
- Partnering public, private, charter, or home school program.
- Contact your school counselor to find out if the program is at your school.
Where are classes held & who teaches them?
Classes are available at service-area high schools, on , ACC campuses and Centers, or online through the Distance Learning Program.
Classes are taught by ACC faculty.
Do my credits transfer?
ACC credits are transferable to most Texas public college and universities. It’s important to verify course transferability with your four-year institution.
What's the cost?
While tuition and fees are waived, students will pay a fee for each Dual Credit class. Students residing in the ACC District pay $100 per course for up to 60 credit. Out-of-district students pay $150 per course for up to 60 credit. Dual Credit fees do not cover textbooks and supplies, which must be purchased by the student.
- business Contact the Office of College and High School RelationsContact the Office of College and High School Relations to identify your program of choice.
- chat Meet with your High School CounselorMeet with your high school counselor to review and complete testing requirements.
- file_upload Submit an ACC Admissions ApplicationSubmit an online ACC admissions application.
- directions_walk Attend a High School Programs New Student Orientation SessionHigh School Programs holds orientation New Student Orientation sessions at your high school to complete the enrollment and registration process. Be sure to attend.
- people Register and Attend ACC ClassesRegister, attend, and successfully complete your ACC classes.
- school Continue at ACCContinue at ACC to finish your associate degree or transfer credits to another college/university.