HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock has announced a pilot program to expand dual enrollment opportunities for high school students in Montana.
The next step in a new dual-enrollment program depends on what Billings high school students decide next week.
School District 2’s struggles to launch a successful college credit dual-enrollment program for high school students may be a thing of the past.
Build a house; take a test; earn college credit.
In 2013, Billings claimed fewer high school students also enrolled in college courses than any other comparable community in Montana.
Montana’s high school students will have a wide variety of dual-credit classes available to them beginning January 2013.
(SAF) - Seniors across Montana begin to register for their next year's courses, it's a good idea to consider earning college credit while in high school. Dual credit courses and advanced placement (AP) provide that opportunity.
CASPER — All high school students in Wyoming should have the opportunity to take rich, rewarding college courses at no cost to them, whether they live in Casper or Meeteetse, a group of educators agreed Wednesday afternoon.