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Woodville-Tompkins
 High School
151 Coach Joe Turner Street
Savannah, GA 31408
Phone: (912) 395-6750
FAX: (912) 965-6768

Mr. Alfred McGuire,
Principal
Alfred.McGuire2@sccpss.com

Hours: Bell Times
Grades:  PK,9th - 12th


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Dual Enrollment 
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I’m interested in Dual Enrollment …

Now what???

Dual Enrollment is when you can earn BOTH high school credit and college credit at the same time.  You do not have to be finished with your high school requirements to participate in dual enrollment.  You can find out more information on your gafutures account or visit the college’s (the college you want to do the dual enrollment classes at) website for more info.  We also recommend that you consider where you want to go to college after high school graduation. Some of the more selective colleges/universities (UGA, GA Tech, etc) prefer AP courses instead of dual enrollment.  Research, research, research…Make sure you are prepared.

Decide where you want to do Dual Enrollment.

Most of our students attend the following institutions, but you are not limited to these:   

  • Savannah Technical College

  • Savannah State University

  • Armstrong State University

  • Point University (on campus at Woodville)

In this packet you will find general information about each of these programs, but it is important to research your program of interest to get all information regarding admission requirements, honors programs, etc.

Take the SAT, ACT, or Compass.

  • Different programs require different tests for admissions. You must take the test and have the scores sent to the desired institution. They must be received by the college by the application deadline.

  • SAT – www.collegeboard.org

  • ACT – www.act.org

 

Compass – contact Savannah Tech to schedule testing

 

Apply to your school of choice.

Once you know where you want to go, apply through that school’s website. There may be an application fee.

 Once you are accepted by your chosen institution, meet with your counselor to fill out necessary paperwork and to discuss courses for your semester at college. Be thinking about how many classes you would like to take in high school and how many you would like to take in college. If you want to be a full time college student you must take at least three (3) college courses if you are a Senior and four (4) college courses if you are a Junior. Your counselor will work with you on scheduling classes to meet your graduation requirements as well as get ahead in college.

 A few more things to know …

1.You are responsible for all high school information (i.e. testing dates, class activities, etc). Check school website often.

2) Know your GAfutures.org login information. This will be vital when applying for Dual Enrollment.

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PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THESE STEPS IF YOU WANT TO DO MOWR:

1. Research & decide which college you would like to attend for DE classes.

*Make sure that you meet the requirements (GPA, SAT/ACT/Accuplacer Exam, etc)

**Make sure that you are prepared and understand the rigor of college courses. You will be a college student- you will be responsible for meeting their expectations and following their schedules (spring breaks & holidays may be different).

2. Apply to the college (See links above).

3. Send your transcripts through gafutures.

 

  • Once you have been accepted by the college,you will need to make an appointment with your counselor to discuss required classes.

  • *If you are planning on being a full-time MOWR student, you will be responsible for selecting the elective courses. 

  • For full-time status, students must take 12 hours (basically 4 classes) each semester.  There are lists that display all of the courses that each college/university offers for dual enrollment credits on the gafutures website.

  • The list can be found in the “What’s New” box on the right hand side of webpage. Click on the “Move on when ready” link. Click on the “Course Directory” tab & select your school from the drop-down menu to see the course list.

4. You will need to schedule an appointment with your college advisor to select your courses and to make a schedule. *College schedules have to be created by the college.

 5. Once your schedule has been created, complete the MOWR financial application form on gafutures.org and bring a copy of your schedule to your counselor.

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Move on When Ready (MOWR) Requirements

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Armstrong

Contact: Kaitlin Flintroy

kaitlin.flintroy@armstrong.edu

912.344.2759

Math

English/

Critical Reading

Combined/

Composite

SAT

500

500

1000

ACT

21

21

21

Have at least 3.0 GPA or .80

* When applying online, choose Joint Enrollment and then Fee Waiver.

* The number of credit hours students are allowed to take are based on test scores.

1000-1090 or 21-23 = 1 class allowed / 1100-1190 or 24-25 =1-3 classes allowed / 1200+ or 26+ = 4 classes allowed

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Savannah State

Contact: Johnny McDonald

mcdonaldj@savannahstate.edu

912-358-4027

  • At least 2.3 GPA
  • Minimum SAT score: 430 – Critical Reading / 400 – Math
  • Minimum ACT score: 17 English / 17 Math / 17 Composite

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Savannah Tech

Contact: Patricia Truley

ptruley@savannahtech.edu

912-443-5712

  • Take Accuplacer Exam
  • Students are also allowed to use ACT/SAT scores

Reading

SAT

25

Writing & Language

SAT

26

Math

SAT

24

Reading

ACT

17

English

ACT

16

Math

ACT

19

________________________________________________________________

Point University

Contact: Jenna Wilson

Jenna.Wilson@point.edu

706-385-1202

  • 3.0 HOPE GPA
  • SAT 970 (or ACT 20) (Optional for rising or current juniors and seniors with a 3.0 HOPE GPA)
  • PLEASE PRINT APPLICATION HERE ON THIS WEBSITE. SEE BELOW.

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All colleges require:

  • Fill out application to the college online
  • Official transcripts
  • Test scores
  • Immunization record
  • Proof of US residence (ID, Passport or Birth Certificate)
  • MOWR Agreement Form on Gafutures.org

*Student must also have transportation to attend the campus or apply to take the college class on campus at Woodville with Point University.

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SAVANNAH TECH - Fall Deadliine: 5/1/2017
ARMSTRONG - Fall Deadline: 5/1/2017
SAVANNAH STATE - Fall Deadline: 5/1/2017

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