Dual Credit is a way for students to receive credit from two separate institutions within a single enrollment. For many high school students, this is a convenient and affordable way to earn college credit.
Dual Credit courses are taught by professors at Christian colleges and the college will provide the transcript documenting the student's academic record. Since successful completion of the course earns college credit, these courses are usually open to juniors and seniors looking for a challenge and an equally satisfying reward. The curriculum involves rigorous, college-level work. Potential students should expect to take full responsibility for their learning experience, from setting their own study schedules to turning in assignments in a timely manner without reminders.
Partner schools sign up students using their Maestro login credentials. Simply register for the course in Maestro and then fill out an application with the student. Also, it is the partner school which decides the amount of high school credit to award the student on its own transcripts.
For help with registration changes, please contact Sevenstar Admissions.
Once enrolled, students will be working in the dual credit institution’s learning management system, as dual credit courses are not yet accessible in ANGEL. Upon successful completion of a course, the student will earn .5 credits with Sevenstar for a 3-4 credit college course.
Students should check with their prospective college's registrar offices about the rules for transferring credit BEFORE they take a Dual Credit class. In the past, Sevenstar students have had 100% success in transferring Dual Credit courses.
Through a partnership with Colorado Christian University (CCU), students who take the following courses using a Sevenstar teacher are eligible to file for a CCU college transcript.
- AP US History
- AP US Government and Politics
- AP English Language and Composition
- AP English Literature and Composition
- AP World History
- AP Microeconomics
- AP Macroeconomics
- AP Calculus
- AP Art History
- AP Biology
- AP Computer Science
- Honors Chemistry
- Students can receive a credit on a CCU transcript without having to take an AP test, but only if they choose to participate in this program.
- Students must earn at least a 73% to be eligible for a CCU college transcript and credit.
- Students must have a Sevenstar teacher facilitate the course.
- To get a CCU college credit, participants must fill out this CCU registration form. There is a $200 fee per course to register, which is due upon registration directly through CCU. Once the student completes the course, Sevenstar will send CCU their grade(s).
- Take an AP class with Sevenstar.
- Our teachers will inform students who are eligible that they can earn dual credit with CCU and give them information to sign up. Students must sign up no earlier than August 20th and no later than September 30 (now extended until October 31 for 2013 only) or they can't earn credit for first semester and between Jan 14th and Feb 15th if they are only asking for 2nd semester credit (or a one semester course- AP Gov, for example).
- Students go to the CCU registration form and fill out the form and pay the $200 transcript fee.
- When their grades are reported, Sevenstar sends CCU the report card and CCU issues the transcript to the student.
Davis courses start almost every month of the year with varying end dates, from four months to as little as one month. Please note that several Davis courses have an extra fee of $50. This fee will be added “manually” by Sevenstar once you request that a student take one of these course.
You can find out more about our Davis College courses here.
Courses from God's Bible School & College also start at multiple times during the calendar year and do not require a minimum number of students.
Click here for a list of courses from GBS.
Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) is an evangelical Christian comprehensive university that is committed to liberal arts and professional education. IWU has been Indiana’s fastest-growing university for the past two years. The University’s total enrollment, which now exceeds 15,000 students, makes IWU the largest private university in Indiana.
Click here to see the course from Indiana Wesleyan University.
Taylor University was founded in 1846, and is one of the oldest evangelical Christian colleges in America. Dual credit courses are available in a vast array of subjects. Students may enroll and begin a course any day of the year, and will have four months to complete the coursework. If needed, there is a onetime four month extension available for $125. Lab courses will be charged an additional $50 lab fee.
Click here to download a PDF document detailing courses from Taylor University.
Click here to view a PDF document of course suggestions provided by Taylor University for potential Taylor University Campus students.