College Course Offerings
Students who meet prerequisites may earn high school and college credit simultaneously by taking dual enrollment courses on Sarasota Christian’s campus the through the State College of Florida (SCF) or Southeastern University (SEU). We currently offer 55 college credit hours for students.
Dual Enrollment Course Offerings include:
- SCF-Written Communication I
- SCF-Written Communication II
- SCF-World Literature I
- SCF-World Literature II
- SCF-Criminal Evidence and Procedures
- SEU-College Algebra
- SEU-Intro to Probability & Statistics
- SEU-United States Government
- SEU-Life Science
- SEU-Foundations of Business
- SEU-Microsoft Word I
- SEU Bible – New Testament Survey
- SEU Bible – Survey of Christian Theology
Students who meet pre-requisites may earn high school and college credit simultaneously by taking dual enrollment courses on Sarasota Christian’s campus the through the State College of Florida (SCF) or Southeastern University (SEU). All grades earned in dual enrollment courses become part of the student’s permanent college record as well as their high school record.
Eligibility requirements for juniors & seniors to participate in SCF or SEU courses include a 3.0 un-weighted grade point average and the following qualifying test scores for the entry-level courses.
College Level Math All Other College Courses
- PERT: 123+
- SAT: 510+
- ACT: 20+
All Other College Level Courses
- PERT: English 103+ AND Reading 106+
- SAT: Verbal/Critical Reading 440+
- ACT: Writing 17+ AND Reading 19+
(Click on Dual Enrollment (on the left side) to see the steps to take in order to sign up for a test. You will need a form from the Guidance Office to start the process. You must have an unweighted GPA of 3.0 in order to take the PERT test.)
The eligibility requirement for sophomores to participate in SEU courses or the SEU Business AA Program is a 3.5 un-weighted grade point average.
Advanced Placement Exam for College Credit
AP exams to earn college credit should be signed up for by March. Exam information will be disseminated in the AP classes.