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Interested in Dual Enrollment? Start Here


START HERE: https://www.daytonastate.edu/dual-enrollment/index.html

*The above link is a very important resource for parents and students. It details the dual enrollment process for both new and returning students.

SEMESTER
OPEN   ENROLLMENT BEGINS
DUAL   ENROLLMENT DEADLINE
Summer 2022
March 31
May 4 (turn into counselor by April 28th)
Fall 2022
March 31
May 27 (turn into counselor by May 20th)

Student How-To Guides: https://library.daytonastate.edu/student-falcon-self-service

*The above link helps students with how to access their accounts, online classes, etc.

PERT Test Dates at Atlantic

Test Dates for the 2021-2022 School Year: Sign-Up with QR code posted at Guidance doors 1-2 weeks prior to actual test dates.

April 21st and 22nd -8:30am in the Media Center

PERT Registration April 21st and 22nd

Please reach out to our Testing Coordinator, Jessica Jones, if you have further questions: [email protected]

Thank you!

How Do I Get My Books?

Please email Mrs. Linda Tomarelli at [email protected] to get your books for Daytona State classes.

Please provide her with your DSC ID number and schedule.

For Summer A & B classes -please schedule a pick-up time with Mrs. Tomarelli prior to June 23rd.

Daytona State College at Atlantic

The below four courses are offered on the Atlantic School Campus.

SLS 1122 Dynamics of Student Success, a 5.0 weighted college level course that helps students make wise choices in college.  This class is designed to increase student success through the development of academic and life skills. Topics include: study techniques, test anxiety, memory techniques and personal development.  This course will help satisfy the graduation requirements for the Associate of Arts degree.

 

Criteria: 2.5 unweighted GPA and PERT scores of at least an 84 in Reading and a 90 in Writing.

 

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SLS 2301 Career Development, a 5.0 weighted college level course that provides an overview of career interests, values, aptitude, career and academic program exploration and employability skills including job search planning.

 

ENC 1101 Introduction to Composition, a 5.0 weighted college level course that is designed to develop students’ skills as critical readers and thinkers, and as effective writers able to adjust and compose in different rhetorical situations. This course contributes to satisfying the Gordon Rule writing requirement. This course will help satisfy the graduation requirements for the Associate of Arts degree.

 

ENC 1102 Writing with Research, a 5.0 weighted college level course that is designed to continue developing the skills for critical thinking, the writing process, and navigating rhetorical situations with the addition of inquiry based on research, synthesis and argument. This course contributes to satisfying the Gordon Rule writing requirement. This course will help satisfy the graduation requirements of the Associate of Arts degree.

  

Criteria: 3.0 unweighted GPA and PERT scores of at least a 106 in Reading and a 103 in Writing.

 

*** The PERT is offered periodically throughout the year. Sign-ups will be announced via Shark News during 2nd period.