HIERARCHY OF RIGOR:
Dual Enrollment (DE) = AICE = IB = AP
*DE classes require a grade of C or better for college credit, but DO NOT require a certain score on an exam to receive college credit.
2018-19 Dual Enrollment Offerings by School in Sarasota County:
Booker High School: ENC 1101, ENC 1102
Pine View School for the Gifted: MAC 1140, MAC 1114
Sarasota High School (has its own separate articulation agreement with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University): EGR 101, EGR 195A
North Port High School: ENC 1101, ENC 1102, HUM 2235, LIT 2000, MAC 1105, MAC 1114, MAC 1140, STA 2023
Venice High School: ENC 1101, ENC 1102, AMH 1010, AMH 1020
Sarasota Military Academy: ENC 1101, ENC 1102
Riverview High School: ENC 1101, ENC 1102, LIT 2000, ENL 2010
From: Cantees Stephen <Stephen.Cantees@sarasotacountyschools.net>
To: Ziegler Bridget <Bridget.Ziegler@sarasotacountyschools.net>
Cc: Bowden Todd <Todd.Bowden@sarasotacountyschools.net>;
Sent: Mon, Aug 20, 2018 6:43 pm
Subject: RE: Online Dual Enrollment in Sarasota County
We currently have four DE articulation agreements in place:
- Our current agreement with USF Sarasota-Manatee only permits grade 11 and 12 students who meet DE admission requirements to take DE courses on the USF SM campus.
- We have an articulation with UF Online (a division of UF) that permits all secondary students who meet admission requirements to take specific online courses although they advertise specifically to grade 11 and 12 students.
- SCF permits grade 11 and 12 students to access their campus based and online course offerings. SCF does allow students in grades 6 – 12 to take DE courses when offered on a high school campus if the students meet eligibility criteria. This does not include online courses with one exception for this school year. For this year only – SCF is allowing Pine View students who were already enrolled for the fall semester in a DE English course to access the SCF online English course.
- Our articulation with Embry-Riddle covers specific engineering courses at Sarasota High School, but does not include online courses.
UF Online information for Spring 2019:
Our application window for Spring 2019 will open Monday, 9/10 and run until 11/4.
New applications may be obtained from Brandon Case, whose information is below. Information needed for this application includes:
- Test scores
- High school and counselor name
- Counselor contact information
Dual Enrollment Coordinator
Distance and Continuing Education – University of Florida
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From the 2018-2019 Articulation Agreement between the Sarasota County School Board (SCSB) and State College of Florida (SCF):
Fall 2019 deadline = May 15
Spring 2019 Deadline* = December 1, 2017
Summer Deadline* = May 15
· *Beginning with the 2017-18 school year, deadlines for each term will remain constant as defined above. If the deadline falls on a non-school day, the deadline will be the following high school day.”
Please feel free to contact us at
with any questions or concerns you may have about dual enrollment in Sarasota County, as the process to take dual enrollment courses has changed this school year 2018-19 without any stakeholder input.
Chancellor Hershel Lyons's memo of July 1, 2016 clarified dual enrollment eligibility criteria, as follows:
All students in grades 6-12 who meet eligibility criteria must be allowed to participate in dual enrollment. Any additional eligibility requirements or limits on participation applied to specific grade levels that are established in the dual enrollment articulation agreement must be only to ensure college readiness and not to arbitrarily prohibit participation to students who have demonstrated the ability to master advanced coursework.
The updated FLDOE Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) is here.
Early College/Dual Enrollment Options
According to Florida Statute, 1007.271, students are eligible for dual enrollment if they have a 3.0 unweighted high school grade point average and demonstrate college readiness on a common placement test adopted by the Florida Department of Education.
For specific details, please see the Florida Department of Education's dual enrollment Frequently Asked Questions
SCF's Dual Enrollment Admissions
Students may enroll in dual enrollment courses conducted during school hours, after school hours, and during the summer term. Tuition is free.
Dual Enrollment allows students to earn college credit while in high school.
dual enrollment At Pine View
Currently, Pine View limits the number of DE courses students can take to just 2 per academic year (including summer session), restricts courses to only those taught on the Pine View campus, and will not approve taking a DE course if Pine View offers the AP course equivalent. Pine View only offers 5 DE courses on its campus (English, PreCalc/Trig, Discrete Math, Calculus, Differential Equations).
All other district high schools as outlined in the articulation agreement between State College of Florida and the Sarasota County School Board (SCSB), allow students to take 2 DE courses per semester, including summer, for a total of 6 courses per academic year. Pine View wrote in a special exemption in the articulation agreement for its students. Other district high school students are able to graduate high school with their associates degree at no extra cost, however, this same opportunity is not extended to Pine View students.
We would like to get this changed so Pine View students have the same access as other district students: allowing them to earn their associates degree. With their associates degree, students who will be going to in-state colleges are able to enroll in junior level courses saving thousands in tuition as well as time. Plan your path to Florida colleges is an excellent resource for students who are going to Florida colleges and universities.
As you plan your student's custom path to a Florida college, this dual enrollment high school course equivalency list will be helpful.