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Dual Enrollment | Concurrent Enrollment | Home Schooled Students
The first step in the enrollment process is to meet with your high school guidance counselor - they will initiate the process. Below you will find step-by-step instructions how to take classes at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College. Visit our Outreach & Recruitment site to learn more about the programs available at Reynolds.
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Take Placement Test
All High school students must take all parts of the college's placement test and meet the college's standards regarding readiness or provide written documentation for a test waiver. Documentation will include high school transcripts, placement test scores and/or standardized test scores. Further, all high school students must request permission for enrollment for each semester in which they are interested. These students will be classified as non-curricular students until they have met general admissions requirements. In all instances, high school students will be restricted to enrollment in college level courses.
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Learn more about Dual Enrollment at our Outreach & Recruitment site.
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College has dual enrollment agreements with local school systems to offer college-level courses at the college or high school location. All high school students who have been approved to participate may receive both high school and college credit. These students may not register for developmental courses or for health and physical education courses.
Dual enrollment at J. Sargeant Reynolds is initiated through the students' high schools and is approved by the College's Dual Enrollment Coordinator. The Residency for Dual and Concurrent Enrollment Applicants Form will be distributed by the student's high school. You may also print the form. The Dual Enrollment Course Request Form must be completed by the parent or legal guardian and submitted to the high school counselor responsible for dual enrollment. Students who have received a JSRCC Student ID should include it on this form.
High school juniors and seniors may be permitted to enroll in college-level
courses prior to graduating from high school. Exceptions may be considered for
freshmen and sophomore students interested in attending the college. These
exceptions will be treated on a case by case basis and require the approval of the college president. Students requesting this exception should contact the Central Admissions and Records office prior to start of the semester.
college must receive written permission from the student’s high school principal
for each requested semester or term. The parent of home school students will be
recognized as the principal. A
Home Schooled Student Enrollment
signed by the parent serving as "principal" and a copy of the letter from the
respective county/city school system acknowledging the student's home school
status should be submitted to Central Admissions and Records, PO Box 85622,
Richmond, VA 23285.
Application Instructions for
PLEASE READ BEFORE COMPLETING THE WEB APPLICATION
Dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment and home-schooled students should apply for admission to J. Sargeant Reynolds using the online Web Application. Please call the Information Center at 371-3000, if you need assistance with completing this on-line form.
Please discuss requirements and eligibility for dual or concurrent enrollment with your high school counselor and parent(s) before completing this application.
You should complete the Web application for dual or concurrent admission only for your first term at the college.
Please provide the student's birth date and Social Security number to assist us in communicating about your status with the high school. This is a secure Web site.
Question 22. Secondary Education
Provide the name of your "home" high school - the school from which you will graduate.
Select the Anticipated Graduation option and enter the year that you will graduate from high school.
Question 24. Do you plan to pursue a degree, certificate, or diploma?
If no, reason: Select High School Student, Dual Enrollment if you plan to enroll in the dual enrollment program offered through your high school. Select High School Student, Concurrent Enrollment if you are home-schooled or if your high school principal has permitted you to take classes at the college outside of the dual enrollment program.
Parts 5 and 6 are the Application for In-state Tuition which must be completed by the parent or legal guardian. The parent/legal guardian will also need to download and complete the Residency for Dual and Concurrent Enrollment Applicants Form and return it to the student's high school guidance counselor.
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