Dual Enrollment

DUAL ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT WITH READING AREA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Oley Valley Senior High School and Reading Area Community College have entered into a dual enrollment agreement whereby students may earn college credit while they are still in high school.

DUAL ENROLLMENT - Participating students will receive credit from both institutions. High school graduation credit will be awarded from OVHS, and transferable college credit will be awarded from RACC. OVHS faculty members on the OVHS campus will teach the courses.

TRANSFERABILITY – RACC maintains a number of articulation agreements with traditional four-year colleges and universities. Since these courses would be traditional college freshman selections, the transferability factor is high. However, students are encouraged to
obtain verification by contacting the colleges and universities where they are interested in attending.

TUITION AND FEES – Tuition and fees are established by RACC and are subject to change. Current tuition information will be made available to all students enrolled in a dual enrollment course. Bills are sent to
the home of the registered students by the RACC cashier’s office. Once a student has registered for a course, should he/she decide to withdraw from the course, the amount of the refund is dependent upon the date RACC receives notice of the intended withdrawal.

TRANSCRIPT – Students can obtain official transcripts by sending a written request (along with $3.00 fee) to: Registrar, Reading Area Community College, P.O. Box 1706, Reading, PA 19603.

TIME LINE – All courses will follow the OVHS school calendar.  A school counselor will distribute registration information to students in Advanced Composition, AP English, AP U.S. History, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, and AP Calculus courses.

RACC CONTACT -
Maria Mitchell Vice President Enrollment Services
Phone 610-372-4721
Email: mmitchell@racc.edu

DUAL ENROLLMENT COURSES

OVHS  COURSE TITLE OVHS
CREDIT
VALUE
RACC NUMBER & COURSE TITLE RACC
CREDIT
VALUE
English IV CP/H 1.0 COM 121 English Composition 3.0
English IV H .5 *COM 131 Composition & Literature 3.0
AP European History 1.0 HIS 125 Western Civilization 1600-1945 3.0
AP U.S. History 1.0 HIS 110 History of the U.S. to 1877 and
HIS 115 History of the U.S. since 1865
(both courses must be scheduled during first semester.)
3.0 3.0
AP Calculus AB I .5 MAT 220 Calculus I 4.0
AP Calculus AB II  .5 MAT 221 Calculus II 4.0
348 AP Calculus BC 1.0 MAT 222 Calculus III 4.0
AP Biology 1.0 BIO 150 Biology I and
**BIO 155 Biology II
4.0
4.0(total of 8)
AP Chemistry   CHE 150 Chemistry I and
**CHE 155 Chemistry II
4.0
4.0(total of 8)