Online Dual Enrollment for High Schoolers
Earn Up to a Full Year of College Credits with a Dual Purpose
Unleash your advanced high school student to take the college challenge and enjoy more rigorous academics that serve a dual purpose. Your 1:1 advisor will work with you to ensure that every course meets your student’s high school requirements for a smooth transition into the institution of their choice.Enroll Now
Prepare Your High Schooler for a Future of Possibilities
The Dual Enrollment option at Bridgeway gives your homeschool student the choice to create a mix of high school and college courses to find their perfect fit! With over 60 college-level courses to choose from in a flexible format, your student’s schedule will not only meet their high school requirements…it will also get them college credit.
Fully accredited high school and college transcripts ensure your student gets the recognition they deserve.
With different start dates across our partner colleges, your student may have options to customize his/her course calendar.
Guides and resources that help you have a successful year as your student moves along their dual enrollment journey.
Set Your Student Apart from the Crowd
Your student can earn both high school and college credit for up to eight courses — choose all college-level classes, or mix and match to personalize your custom dual enrollment program!
- Choose from over 60 college-level courses
- Earn up to 24 college credits per year
- Enroll in up to eight college-level courses per year
- Choose from universities with different class start dates
- Participate on a flexible schedule
Benefit from Professor Interaction and Full Accreditation
Dually enrolled students work directly with college professors who provide feedback, challenges, and opportunities for interaction throughout their coursework. We partner with Ohio Christian University as well as Christian Halls International, which allows our students to take courses from Southeastern, and Dallas International Universities and now offer non-biblical options at three universities through Acadeum.Our Partners
Enjoy Unlimited 1:1 Advisor Support
Expert 1:1 homeschool advisors stay with you every step of the way so that your student gains the most from their homeschool education. Dually enrolled students are also paired with a contact at the college to provide even more support!Our Approach
Have Questions? We’ve Got Answers
If you need help understanding whether dual enrollment is right for your high school student, browse our frequently asked questions below. If you still need help, contact our enrollment team today!
Before enrolling in the Associate’s Degree program, students will need to have completed two years of Honors English, Biology, Chemistry or Physics, World Geography, Health, Personal Finance, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Oral Communication, Intro to Philosophy, and two years of a foreign language. If these courses have not been taken, your student will have to complete them while in the program, in addition to their college courses.
For more information on the Associate’s Degree program, click here.
We are able to work with you and your student to find the courses that your student needs and come up with a schedule that works for them. There are multiple start dates throughout the school year, through our partnerships with Ohio Christian University, Acadeum, and Christian Halls International. Each has specific times throughout the year when applications are due and courses are scheduled to begin.
We always encourage students to contact the college or university that they wish to attend to confirm that the institution will accept transfer credits from our college partners. Each school is different, and they have their own sets of requirements that they look for from a college transfer course. However, due to these courses being fully accredited, they are generally accepted by most institutions.
Upon starting the course, make sure your student reads the course syllabus to know when specific assignments are due as well as the professor’s expectations.