High School Academics

Dual Enrollment Program

Earn college credits in high school!

Concurrent enrollment at Florida Cyber Charter Academy (FLCCA) gives eligible high school students the advantage of preparing for college while working toward their diploma. Students may enroll in a combined number of high school and college courses at Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ). Approved college courses will count toward high school graduation requirements and college credits.

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Earn high school and college credits at the same time.

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By completing college credits in high school, students may be able to finish college earlier—saving time and money.

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Concurrent enrollment course credits are valid at the granting institution and may transfer to other colleges or universities.

Interested high school students should contact their high school counselor for eligibility requirements and next steps on pursuing dual enrollment for the Spring 2025 semester.

In Partnership with FSCJ, dual enrollment is recommended for students in 11th and 12 grades.

All students MUST take SLS 1103 (Strategies for Success in College, Career, and Life) during first semester of dual enrollment.

Eligible high school students receive a tuition waiver for concurrent enrollment, but students may be required to pay for course fees, books, supplies, etc.