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Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment gives high school students the opportunity to enroll in postsecondary courses and receive both high school and postsecondary credit. Students who complete these classes generally take fewer classes in college and save money on college costs. Students who are interested in enrolling in a dual enrollment course should meet with their school-based guidance counselor.

Dual Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions

Collegiate High School

A Collegiate High School Program has been established between Flagler Schools and Daytona State College (DSC). This program offers 11th- and 12th-grade students the opportunity to earn credit for both high school courses and college courses. Students in the program can earn an associate degree or up to 60 hours of college credit.

Flagler Technical College

Flagler Technical College (FTC) offers several dual enrollment programs for Flagler Schools students. These programs help to create a seamless transition from high school to the workforce. Current dual enrollment programs include Heavy Equipment Operations Technician, Phlebotomy, Nurse Assistant - Articulated, and Emergency Medical Technician. Visit FTC's Dual Enrollment page to learn more about these programs. 

Dual Enrollment Books

As a Flagler County dual enrollment student at Flagler Technical College or Daytona State College, Flagler Schools has agreed to purchase required textbooks for each course. Dual enrollment textbooks, workbooks, and access codes required for dual enrollment courses are loaned to dual enrolled students at no cost and, therefore, are property of Flagler Schools. Kits, equipment, and tools that are kept by students must be purchased by students.

Students will either receive the required textbook from their home-zoned school or they will receive an e-book activation code sent to their Flagler Schools email address. The email will give detailed instructions on how to activate their digital textbook or online course-ware. All print textbooks and workbooks are still considered property of Flagler Schools and must be returned to your home-zoned school. Please note that if you purchase the books yourself, the district is unable to reimburse you.


  • Students will complete the DSC Textbook Voucher for Summer 2024.  
    • Students must include their DSC ID number on this form
    • Students should visit the online bookstore for DSC to ensure that the correct books are selected based on their course and section
  • Upon completion of the voucher, students will print out the voucher and their schedule for summer term.
  • Students will bring the voucher and schedule for summer term to the Daytona State College bookstore (Flagler or Daytona location) to pick up their books.
  • At the end of the summer term, students will be required to return all books to the Daytona State College bookstore. 
    • Single use access codes are the only thing that does not need to be returned.


Procedures for Students to Obtain Dual Enrollment Books for Fall and Spring Terms

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