High School Programs

Get ahead and save big. Discover how High School Programs can ACCelerate your future.

Federal Trio Programs

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Additional Programs

How can ACC help you get ahead in high school?

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Earn free college credit in high school.

Meet your high school graduation requirements AND earn university transfer credits, complete an associate degree, or get ready for a great job.

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Save Money

Learn more while spending less. Credit hours earned through dual credit are a fraction of the cost, if not completely free to you at ACC.

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Transfer Credits

Take and transfer your well-earned credit hours to your top school with the best transfer program in Texas.

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Learn Real World Skills

Graduate job-ready through a Career Academy. Get real world skills quickly, and apply credits to an associate degree.

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Get Awesome Support

Free tutoring, academic coaching, access to college learning tools, study groups, and more.

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Be Prepared

See what college is like firsthand. Earn credits that transfer to a four-year university.

Switch Up Your Schedule

Dual Credit can be a break from the same old routine. Take classes at your high school, an ACC campus, or online. Better discussions, interesting classmates, and college professors who are  true subject matter experts.

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Help Your Student

You play an important role in your students’ success in and beyond high school. Connect with the ACC College and High School Relations Office to learn about ACC early college opportunities that help high school students earn affordable college credits, obtain an associate degree, or join the career pipeline for in-demand jobs.

Questions About Dual Credit Programs?

Need assistance or accommodations? The Office of College and High School Relations is eager to help.

Call us at 512-223-7066
or email us at [email protected].

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