Dual Credit Checklist

Deer Park High School has returned to a face-to-face learning format for the 2021-2022 school year and moving forward. 

The district will also require students to register for face-to-face courses at San Jacinto College as part of our dual credit program. 
 
Students will be offered the opportunity to take online courses only in the event that a face-to-face course is not available. 

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Students who attended San Jac in Fall 2020 or Spring 2021, and received a W or F in a class, can retake the class this summer or fall. The college will pay your tuition for up to two classes. 

 

To retake the class, simply register in SOS. Set up an Installment Payment Plan (IPP) or pay in full. Tuition will be waived if you meet the criteria. 

 

Stay on track! We’re here to help.

 

Graduating seniors: Please contact the admissions office to sign up. 

 

High School Dual credit students: Please email your G number, First & Last Name, and the course you want to retake to dualcredit@dpisd.org

 

For more information click here: https://www.sanjac.edu/retake#

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REGISTRATION: Students register for the entire school year during the Spring semester of the previous school year. 
 
Dual Credit registration for the 2021-2022 school year will begin in January 2021 and concluded in April 2021. 
 
 
TSI TESTING: San Jacinto College is currently offering TSI testing via remote and limited face-to-face options. Please email dualcredit@dpisd.org if you wish to test to enroll in dual credit. 
 
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please email Mrs. Babcock at dualcredit@dpisd.org
 
All students (current and new dual credit students) must complete a new Enrollment Form/HS Contract.** 
 

Dual Credit is a form of concurrent enrollment that allows a student to take certain courses at San Jacinto College that earn BOTH college and high school credit.

Early Admission is a form of concurrent enrollment that allows a student to take courses for college credit only.  Students pay 100% of tuition and fees.

To be accepted for enrollment in college-level courses, you must have appropriate academic qualifications, a high level of motivation, and adequate time to devote to studying.  In order to enroll in the Dual Credit/Early Admission Program, you must:

  • Be a High School Student. Public, private, or home school students can qualify.
  • Have permission from your high school counselor or designee.
 
2020-2021 (Tentative) Available Courses: 
 
SJC Course High School Equivalent
ENGL 1301 English IV-A
ENGL 1302 English IV-B
GOVT 2305 Government
ECON 2301 Economics
   
HIST 1301 US History-A
HIST 1302 US History-B
   
PSYC 2301 General Elective
SOCI 1301 General Elective
BCIS 1305 General Elective
HUMA 1301 General Elective
SPCH 1315 General Elective
 

The TSI assessment is the instrument used by all Texas public institutions of higher education for assessing a student’s readiness to enroll in freshman-level academic coursework.  It measures a student’s competencies in reading, writing, and mathematics.

TSI 2.0 Minimum Score Requirements (January 2021 and newer)

Reading

Writing

Math

945 on the ELAR multiple-choice test and 5 or higher on the Essay

or 

 

Less than 945 on the ELAR multiple-choice test, 5 or higher score on the ELAR Diagnostic test, AND a 5 or higher on the Essay

 

5 or higher

950 on the Math multiple-choice test

or

 

Less than 945 on the ELAR multiple-choice test, 5 or higher score on the ELAR Diagnostic test, AND a 5 or higher on the Essay

 Any 9th – 12th grade student may satisfy TSI requirements with one of the below listed TSI Exemptions, or with a High School TSI Waiver.  Students can use a combination of exemptions/waivers.  Partial exemptions/waivers are also possible.  Students who do not have qualifying exemptions/waivers must take the TSI assessment prior to enrollment in any academic course requiring college readiness in reading, writing, or mathematics.

*Skill levels required for Career and Technical courses vary.  Please contact Ms. Yates at DPHS for details. 

She can be reached at 832-668-7263 and kyates@dpisd.org

TSI Exemption Scores (minimum scores listed):

Test

Combined/Composite Requirement

Exempts TSI Reading & Writing

Exempts TSI Math

SAT - After March 2016

 NA

Evidence Based Reading & Writing: 480

Math: 530

SAT - Before March 2016

1070

Critical Reading: 500

Math: 500

ACT

Composite: 23

English: 19

Math: 19

  

High School TSI Waiver Scores (minimum scores listed):

Test

Combined/Composite Requirement

Waives TSI Reading & Writing

Waives TSI Math

PSAT -After Oct 2015

 N/A

Reading: 460

Math: 510

PLAN

 23

English: 19

Math: 19

ACT- Aspire

N/A

English: 435

MATH: 431

STAAR EOC

N/A

English II: 4000

Algebra I: 4000 and a final grade of 70+ in Algebra 2 course

 

Need help preparing for the TSIA? The Student Success Center at San Jac offers FREE TSIA prep sessions. The Student Success Center on Central campus is located on the first floor of the Lee Davis Library. Contact them at 281-478-2779 for details. Visit the San Jac Testing Center at
www.sanjac.edu/applying-register/overview/testing for additional resources.

 

San Jacinto College
Central Dual Credit Office
8060 Spencer Highway
Suite C3-257
Pasadena, TX 77505
281-478-3628 (P)
281-478-3624 (F)
dualcreditcentral@sjcd.edu
www.sanjac.edu/dual-credit

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