Students currently enrolled in Dual Enrollment at a St. Johns River State College campus
can now pick up a Spring 2018 Dual Enrollment application packet
at the guidance desk during LUNCH or after school today.
ALL applications must be returned to the guidance desk no later than
4:00 pm on Thursday, September 28th.
Late applications will NOT be accepted.
Counselors will be in the courtyard during all lunches under the Counselor Courtyard Tent
this Wednesday, 9/20. Students can stop by to ask questions about
Dual Enrollment at St. Johns River and First Coast Technical College.
PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN DUAL ENROLLMENT:
- Students Responsibilities
- Logging into MySJRState
- DUAL ENROLLMENT COURSE EQUIVALENCY LIST – 2016-17 (What High School Credit Do I Get for this College Class?)
- How to Look Up SJR Courses and CRN Numbers
- What Courses Should I Take in Dual Enrollment?
- SJR State Registration Adjustment – DROP-Add
Dual Enrollment General Instructions & Fact Sheet
High school juniors and seniors may be eligible for the St. Johns River State College (SJR State) dual enrollment program if they:
1) have a minimum high school grade point average of 3.0 unweighted,
2) have a complete set (English, Reading, Math) of college readiness scores via SAT, ACT, PERT, and/or CPT,
3) and submit a complete and accurate dual enrollment application by the published deadline.
Apply Each Term
A new dual enrollment application must be submitted by the published deadline for each term the student would like to participate in dual enrollment. The criteria for high school GPA must be met each term. Students must maintain a minimum college GPA once enrolled in the dual enrollment program or they will not be permitted to continue for additional terms.
Maximum Number of Courses: Students are permitted to enroll in a MAXIMUM of three courses for each term in fall and spring. If a student is participating in a BTHS dual enrollment course, this is counted in the total maximum. Early admissions students may take up to 15 credit hours per term in fall and spring.
Minimum scores are required for most college courses:
|ENGLISH COMP 1 (ENC 1101) *ENGLISH CREDIT|
|ACT||Reading – 19||English – 17|
|SAT||Critical Reading – 440|
|CPT||Reading – 83||Sentence Skills – 83|
|PERT||Reading – 106||Writing – 103|
|MATH INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA (MAT 1033) *ELECTIVE CREDIT|
|SAT||Math – 440|
|CPT||Reading – 72|
|PERT||Reading – 114|
|MATH COLLEGE ALGEBRA (MAC 1105) *MATH CREDIT|
|SAT||Math – 450|
|CPT||Math – 85|
|PERT||Math – 123|
To register for dual enrollment courses at the SJR State campus, students must complete a “Dual Enrollment Packet” and turn the completed documents in to the BTHS guidance desk by the published deadline. The packet includes 1) Admissions form, 2) Principles of Participation form, and 3) Registration/Approval form.
The dual enrollment application students complete for the BTHS campus business academy course(s), the American History course(s), or the English and Writing course(s) CANNOT also be used to register for SJR State campus course(s). A separate dual enrollment packet will need to be completed for any course(s) taken at a SJR State campus and turned in to the BTHS guidance desk by the published deadline. The three course maximum applies regardless of what campus(es) a student enrolls at to complete dual enrollment courses.
Make sure forms are thoroughly filled out, including a correct and legible email address that you monitor regularly, parent & student signatures, and course section numbers and titles. The back of the “Dual Enrollment Admissions Form” requires an emergency contact that cannot be the same address where the student lives. Attach the PDF printout of your written score reports from your ACT/SAT/PERT to your application. A PDF download of your SAT and/or ACT scores can be found via your online CollegeBoard and/or ACT account. The document must contain your first and last names.
Notice About Deadlines
Dual enrollment program deadlines are not negotiable. Students must meet the deadlines for Registration, DROP/ADD, Withdrawal, and all other deadlines published by SJR State and Bartram Trail High School. Failure to meet the deadlines means the student will forfeit the opportunity to participate and/or make adjustments within the dual enrollment program term.
SJR State Calendar
The SJR State calendar does not necessarily follow the St. Johns County Public Schools calendar. It is important for students to plan to participate in all dual enrollment course requirements according to the SJR State calendar. It is published on the SJR State website.
Tracking your Account
Once you are confirmed as a dual enrollment student it is your responsibility to log into “MySJRState” on a regular basis to monitor your class status, grades, classes, deadlines, and policy guidelines. You can set up your account by going to http://sjrstate.edu and clicking on “MySJRstate.” The first time you log on, click on the user acceptance policy agreement to get your SJR State ID. Online courses can be accessed under the “MyCourses” tab in “MySJRstate.” If you have any questions about “MySJRstate” please call 1-888-757-2293 or access the web help link.
When selecting college campus courses, please keep the following in mind:
- Which SJR State Campus is offering that specific section of the course?
- What time of day/evening is the course?
- Will you have enough time to drive to/from your high school campus for the course?
- Your BTHS high school courses must be taken in consecutive class periods. You may NOT drive to-from-to the BTHS campus to participate in dual enrollment.
- If you are an athlete or involved in activities that may take you away for meets or events during the week, can you still attend every dual enrollment course session? If no, don’t sign up!
College and High School Credit Values
When picking dual enrollment courses, it is important that students understand that the credit value of each course is determined by the State of Florida. A completed dual enrollment course will have a predetermined credit value in the State University and Community College system and a predetermined high school credit value. Most dual enrollment courses earn students .5 high school credit or 1.0 high school credit. This information is posted in the Department of Education Dual Enrollment Course Equivalency List, and it is updated annually on the Department of Education website. The dual enrollment Course Equivalency List is also posted in PDF format on the BTHS web site. Please review this information and contact your BTHS school counselor with any questions. Dual Enrollment Equivalency List 2016-17
Every student who attends a class on a SJR State campus must have a parking decal. Decals are free for dual enrollment students. You may obtain your decal by requesting it online via the dual enrollment webpage or in person by visiting the SJR State Administration Office.
Textbooks and course materials are free for dual enrollment students. However, some courses have lab fees and/or access code fees that will be paid for by the student. Books for all college campus and online courses should be picked up at the Fullerwood Center, 10 Hildreth Drive, St. Augustine, Florida 32084. (St. Johns County School District Media Room). **You must have a SJR State schedule printed out from your MySJRState account and present it at the Fullerwood Center in order to pick up books. PLEASE NOTE: Only courses being held at Bartram Trail will have textbooks available for pickup at BTHS. All textbooks for courses taken at the SJR State campus or online must be picked up at the media center (rear entrance) of the Fullerwood Center.
Fullerwood Center phone number: 904-547-3947
Fullerwood Center regular school year hours: Monday – Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Fullerwood Center summer hours: Monday – Friday from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm
Point of Contact During Summer 2017 for Fall 2017 Dual Enrollment
The guidance reception desk will coordinate service for all dual enrollment questions that arise during summer. Ms. Hastings will be your BTHS point of contact during summer for all dual enrollment questions. She will review your dual enrollment questions and assign them to the counselor on duty to assure prompt assistance during the summer. Please do not email your individual counselor with dual enrollment questions during the summer. Counselors do not work regular hours during summer and will miss your important concerns if emailed. Requests must be made in writing to Ms. Hastings, and email is preferred at firstname.lastname@example.org . You may also contact the SJR State College Dual Enrollment Office for assistance with general questions.
Shawna Hastings, Summer 2017 Guidance Secretary, Bartram Trail High School
Email: email@example.com Phone: (904) 547-8342
SJR State College Dual Enrollment Office
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (386) 312-4136