IMPORTANT: In December 2011 Florida State Rule 6A-10.0315 was amended. The rule now limits the number of attempts a high school student can have on the placement test (P.E.R.T.) to a MAXIMUM OF 2 ATTEMPTS. This new rule overrides all previous dual enrollment rules that allowed students to have 3 attempts on the test. The college is working with the school districts to change the testing process for dual enrollment students.
ATTENTION - Effective July 1, 2010: Dual Enroll students are required to be in the 10th – 12th grade (this is for Volusia and Flagler County students) and can be public, private, or home school students. Prospective Dual Enrollment students must have a minimum unweighted high school GPA of 3.0 for college courses and 2.0 for vocational courses as specified in Florida Statute (1007.271 F.S.) Please see the Dual Enrollment Catalog website for further information.
This site includes documents and links that will help you understand the process of Dual Enrollment from you and your child's first conversations with the High School Guidance Counselor to other explanations of course requirements for Daytona State College Programs. It also provides information about the role of the parent, student, High School Guidance Counselor and Daytona State College Academic Advisor. For further information on Dual Enrollment, please review - Important Information About Dual Enrollment.
- Dual Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions
- Dual Enrollment Statement of Transfer Guarantees
- P.E.R.T. Student Study Guide
- New Student Check List
- Continuing Student Check List
- Associate of Arts - Dual Enrollment Equivalency Guide
- Dual Enrollment State of Florida Equivalency Guide
- Comparison of Florida's Articulated Acceleration Programs (compares dual enrollment, AP and IB)
- Flagler County Articulation Agreement
- Volusia County Articulation Agreement
- Daytona State College Catalog
- Academic Calendar
Also available on the Daytona State College Homepage
- Academic Program Guides
AA, AS and Certificate Programs
- Course Information/Descriptions
- Course Search/Availability
- FACTS.org State Dual Enrollment Equivalency List
- Bright Futures
For information on qualifying for Bright Futures Scholarship
- High School Graduation Requirements
Outlines requirements to earn a standard high school diploma. Click on High School Students, then Graduation requirements.
- Earning College Credit While Still in High School
For information about courses that are valid to count towards high school requirements and college credits. Click on High School Students, then Earning College Credit Now.
For Home School Parents: Please see our Home School website.
Email the advising staff at email@example.com with any Dual Enrollment questions you may have. Please include your name, student ID number and any information associated with your question.