Most Clark students participate in dual enrollment, simultaneously earning a high school diploma along with college credits toward an Associate Degree (AA) or occupational credit toward a technical certificate. Upon graduating from high school, some students are able to complete all requirements for a two-year college AA degree to transfer as a college junior.
Clark is the first point of contact for parents who wish to discuss dual enrollment academic progress, schedule a conference, or request more information about school or classroom activities. Clark students taking Indian River State College (IRSC) dual enrollment college classes must complete college placement testing. Students are responsible for reading and following the instructor provided college syllabi and student requested schedule changes must be approved and signed by parents/guardians. Remember, dual enrollment is a privilege, not a right. College coursework is encouraged; however, priority will be placed upon meeting high-school graduation requirements. For more information about dual enrollment, please open the following attachment: High School vs. College Classes