Homeschool Dual Enrollment
Studies show that students who acquire college credits while in high school are more likely to graduate and continue their education beyond high school.
Students in Cannon, DeKalb, Van Buren, Warren, and White Counties contact
Melody Edmonds, Director, McMinnville Center
Students in Rutherford County contact
Jonathan Graham, Tennessee Promise Coordinator/Dual Enrollment Specialist
Students in Coffee, Bedford, Moore, and Franklin Counties contact
Lori Mevis, HS Partnership Programs Specialist
Students in Lincoln County contact
Debra Smith, Interim Director, Fayetteville Center
Dual Enrollment for Homeschool Students
Get a head start on your college education while still attending high school. Dual enrollment is a convenient and cost-effective way for homeschool students to transition to the college environment. You can earn college and/or high school credit at the same time.