Dual credit courses are COLLEGE classes taught here at Fruitland High School. For $65 per credit, students can choose from a list of Fruitland High School courses (see list below) which are available for dual credit. Students enrolled in dual credit courses can receive one (1) semester credit for FHS PLUS three (3) or four (4) credits on a college transcript for the same class.
Dual Credit Courses2016-17 School Year
|Advanced Psychology||Mrs. Liefer||NNU||Psyc 1550||3||$195|
|Advanced Sociology||Mrs. Liefer||BSU||Soc 101||3||$195|
|Advanced Spanish||Mrs. Hiner||BSU||Span 101||4||$260|
Dual Credit courses are also offered through the Idaho Digital Learning Academy and TVCC. Additional costs may apply.
Registration & Payment
Carefully review the college’s dual credit registration and payment information. Specific college links are found below.
Students who have completed dual credit courses at Fruitland High School can transfer college credits to the school(s) of choice. Be sure to contact the school where you want to transfer credits and make sure they will accept the credit(s). Use the links above for instructions on requesting transcripts.
Certificate of Residency
Students taking dual credit through CWI, CSI, or NIC should submit a Certificate of Residency form and required documentation to the Payette County clerk. Forms are due September 15th for the fall term and February 15th for the spring term.
FAST FORWARD PROGRAM
The Idaho Fast Forward Program provides students access to a maximum of $4,125 from grades 7-12. These are funds to be utilized for overload courses, dual credits, and exams (AP, IB, CLEP, PTE). Be sure to meet with the counselor to review your options.
TVCC COLLEGE CHOICE PROGRAM
TVCC offers local high school students the opportunity to enroll in one college course each quarter. For more information visit TVCC’s College Choice Program site or speak with an advisor in their Student Service Center.
TVCC 2+2 PROGRAM
2+2 Tech Prep is a Dual Credit option for students seeking a 2-year degree in a technical field and is designed to award college credit for skills attained while still in high school. At Treasure Valley Community College you can begin earning college credit through our 2+2 programs as early as your freshman year in one of our partnering high schools.
2+2 Credits must be earned through a TVCC partner high school and student must complete a TVCC Application for Admission. Individual course registration is completed through the high school instructor and there is no charge. The 2+2 credits earned at a high school are included in the TVCC degree program. The 2+2 credits are Career & Technical (CTE) credits and are not designed to transfer to a four-year university, however some universities may accept the 2+2 credits as electives.