Lewis-Clark State College is a four-year public baccalaureate college offering academic and technical degrees,located in Lewiston ID.
Lewis-Clark State College's Dual-Credit program gives students the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school.
Kathryn Vogler, BS, M Ed, NBCT, is teaching CHS pre-calculus, equivalent to LCSC Math 147 (5 credits), CHS calculus, equivalent to LCSC Math 170 (4 credits), CHS physics, equivalent to LCSC Physics 101 (4 credits), and CHS chemistry, equivalent to LCSC Chemistry 111 (4 credits).
In order to enroll in Dual-Credit, students must have approval from their high school counselor and the Dual-Credit Coordinator at LCSC, and may register for no more than seven credits per semester.
To qualify, applicants must:
To register for Dual-Credit classes, students must submit the following:
- Dual Credit Application signed by the high school counselor, parent, and Dual-Credit Coordinator at LCSC.
Benefits for high school students taking concurrent enrollment classes:
- A jump start on a college education through transcripted potentially transferable college credits (check with your intended institution for transferability).
- An incentive to continue with education beyond high school through this successful experience.
Save money by taking classes at a reduced rate ($65 per credit versus $170 per credit--2011 data)
If you have any questions about Dual Credit, please contact Ms. Vogler.