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According to the American Institutes for Research (July 2018) high school graduates who participated in dual-credit education programs outperformed students who did not. Measures of performance included grades in dual-credit courses and college credit only courses, college remediation, enrollment, persistence, and completion.

The Frisco ISD and Collin College partnership offer qualified FISD students a variety of educational programs, services, and courses. If you are interested in receiving both high school and college credit talk to your counselor today!

Parent Letter & Update
The last day to drop a Collin College course for Fall 2019 is October 18, 2019.  If a student drops a dual credit course, they may need to enroll in a Frisco R.A.I.L course to earn credit

Student grades for dual credit courses are not posted in HAC during the course.  The final grade is posted after completion of the course. Students are advised to communicate directly with their professor regarding the status of their grade in the course.

In order for a student to receive Frisco ISD credit that counts for high school graduation, a student must earn a 70% or above in a dual credit course.  Please note, Collin College will provide college credit for a grade above a 60%, however, grades below a 70% may not transfer to other universities.

Students who earn below a 70% in a dual credit course will need to make up their high school credit on campus or through the Frisco R.A.I.L. program.

Fall Final Exam week for Collin College is December 9-13, 2019.  

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