The Dual Enrollment Program at Broward College (BC) is an accelerated program that allows eligible secondary students to take post-secondary coursework and simultaneously earn both high school and college credits, saving both time and money!
Broward County Public School students, in addition to the MSAP Integrated Career and Academic Networks (iCAN) students, can now take full advantage of the STEM Teacher Education Program while attending their boundaried school. Students will attend their high school classes for the first 3 blocks of the day and then will attend a Broward College to engage and complete collegiate courses. BCPS students who enroll through their schools will have to arrange transportation to and from Broward College with their respected high school.
The STEM Teacher Education Program will maximize the rigorous coursework offered to a dedicated cohort of students. Through this unique opportunity, Broward County Public School students will attend Broward College and explore their passion on a collegiate level, in a collegiate environment. Students will start the program in 10th grade and will continue on each year until high school graduation. Students will graduate with not only a high school diploma, but also an ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE (AA).
How to Apply
Step 1: Apply for the Broward College Teacher Education Program through Broward County Public Schools
Eligible students can apply during the application window through the Office of School Choice. At this time, the application window is closed. Current applicants should receive notification of their eligibility status in early March.
Step 2: Complete Common Placement Testing & Apply to Broward College
Participation in this program requires students to obtain college level test scores in all areas - English, Reading, and Math through PERT, Accuplacer, SAT or ACT testing. For more information about testing requirements and how to schedule an exam visit Broward College Dual Enrollment - How to Get Started.