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OIA high school students may consider concurrent enrollment.

For high school students interested in more advanced courses or wanting to get a "JUMP START" on college requirements, dual enrollment programs may provide a good answer. Dual enrollment, or concurrent enrollment as it is also known, is the practice of allowing a student to be enrolled in two academic institutions at once. Usually, this involves a high school and a college. The credits apply both to high school diploma requirements and college graduation requisites. 

Here are some links to help you learn more about the dual enrollment process and local colleges & universities who offer dual enrollment:


Department of Education offers information about concurrent enrollment:

Oklahoma College Start, a website devoted to helping parents and students plan and prepare for high school, college and career paths:

Oklahoma City Community College Concurrent Enrollment Program:

University of Central Oklahoma Concurrent Enrollment Program: 

The University of Oklahoma's Concurrent Enrollment Program:

Oklahoma State University's Concurrent Enrollment Program:

Rose State College's Concurrent Enrollment Program:

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