Through a new dual enrollment partnership with the University of Pittsburgh and Outlier.org, 11th and 12th grade students at Xceed DME Academy can earn college credits, online, in a timeframe that aligns with their schedules. The cost is included in their tuition.
Dual enrollment is offered to high school students in grades 11-12. There may be some cases where a 9th or 10th grade student would be eligible, but these would be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Courses are taught by engaging professors from leading universities. Check the outlier.org website for up-to-date class offerings.
No — college tuition, class materials, and fees are included in each student’s Xceed DME Academy tuition.
No, students can watch lectures at any time and complete their coursework when it is convenient for them.
Students have several layers of support to help them thrive in dual enrollment. They will have a point of contact at University of Pittsburgh (either a PA or professor) and access to full-time virtual tutors through Revolution Prep.
Not at all. Dual enrollment is the way of the future at Xceed DME Academy. It does not take away from the high school experience, but enriches it through an innovative learning environment, additional community-building opportunities, and invaluable collaboration.