GRHS Counseling: AP and Dual Credit

AP and DUAL CREDIT COURSES

AP TESTING POLICY, DATES, AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION

AP RESOURCES

Glen Rose High School offers dual credit courses through Angelo State University and Hill College.

DUAL CREDIT REQUIREMENTS

Entrance Requirements:

  • Student must meet testing and GPA requirements to take a dual credit class. Students must also complete the application and registration process.
  • Testing Requirements for Dual Credit
  • GPA requirements and recommendations: Students taking academic dual credit classes must have a high school gpa of a 3.0 (75) or higher and is strongly recommended to have a 3.4 (85) or higher in the subject area of requested class(es).

Online Application:

Forms:

Transfer Information

Transcript Request Angelo State University and Hill College

It is the student’s responsibility to request that his/her official college transcript be sent to another college or institution of higher learning. High school counselors are not allowed to request college transcripts on behalf of a student.

All GRHS seniors that have completed a dual credit class with ASU or Hill college will receive an unofficial transcript in their senior packet at the end of the year.  Students that would like an unofficial copy of their ASU or Hill college transcript before high school graduation can request one from the high school counselors.

DUAL CREDIT SCHOLARSHIP and VOUCHER INFORMATION

Angelo State University offers the CARR Scholarship to every Glen Rose High School student taking dual credit classes through ASU:

  • The CARR scholarship through ASU will pay for 9 college hours (3 courses).
  • GRISD will cover any additional hours a student takes through ASU.

Glen Rose ISD will pay for the following courses taken with Hill College:

  • Art Appreciation, Music Appreciation, Medical Terminology, Psychology, Spanish, US Government, and Texas Government
  • All automotive, cosmetology, or welding including all fees and supplies associated with these courses.
  • GRISD will not pay for books required for online classes through Hill Colleges