Dual Credit Courses at MHS
Dual credit courses at McKinney High School are offered through Collin College. For parents new to the world of “dual credit,” the dual credit program allows high school students to take Collin College courses and receive credit both for their high school diploma and their college degree. Courses may be taught on the high school or the college campus by Collin College professors.
This unique program is of great benefit to many of our McKinney High School students. For more information on the program see the attached PowerPoint presentation.
Dual Credit Info
Dual Credit Access One Sheet
How to Drop or Withdraw
Flyer Dual Credit
Student Checklist Fall 2022
How to Check Holds
McKinney High 22-23 Dual Credit Permissions Form
Campus Safety Training Flyer
How to Clear SSN Hold
Collin College Dual Credit Permission Form Process Power Point
Fall 2022 Dual Credit Presentation Power Point
Currently dual credit students are required to apply through ApplyTexas (due to our Collin application having issues).
Direct Link to Website: https://goapplytexas.org/
Collin College’s Dual Credit coordinator for McKinney High School is Sara Sengelmann, Special Admissions Coordinator ([email protected]).
The Collin College & Career Counselor for McKinney High School students is Angela Morales ([email protected]).
12th Graders will have the opportunity to take:
- English 1301 (Fall) & English 1302 (Spring) – Students who successfully complete these two courses will receive credit for English IV and Collin College credit for these courses.
- Govt 2305 – Students who successfully complete this course will receive credit for the required Government course and Collin College credit.
- Econ 2301 – Students who successfully complete this course will receive credit for the required Economics course and Collin College credit.
11th Grade students (or any student in need of US History credit) will have the opportunity to take Hist 1301 (fall) and Hist 1302 (spring). Students who successfully complete these two courses will receive credit for their required US History course and Collin College credit for these courses.