Online / Dual Credit Requirements
Dual Credit - This is when a Crofton teacher teaches a college class and the student is enrolled dually at Crofton and through the college.
Online - This is when a student is enrolled in a college course instructed by a college professor using a digital curriculum. The student still receives high school credits for this class.
Academic Requirements:(must meet at least meet half)
Junior or Senior
Senior: 85% of Graduation Requirements Completed
Junior: 70% of Graduation Requirements Completed
GPA 3.0 or higher
ACT Score of at least 20
Class Rank upper one-half
On average absent no more than 10 days per school year from 9th grade to current
Parent Approval Form
Student needs to show responsibility, self-motivated, and capable of working independently
Student is in good standing behaviorally
Distance Learning/College Courses Credit: 10/Semester Grade Level: 11-12. Prerequisite: 3.0 GPA or Higher
College courses(early college) are offered to students through Northeast Community College, University of Lincoln, Wayne State College, University of South Dakota, and South Dakota State University. Students’ academic history, motivation and past behavior may determine whether opportunities are available to individual students or not. See the counselor for information on available classes. Many classes are offered through colleges and universities, and some are available for dual credit. This means students receive high school credit as well as college credit. College tuition is assessed for these classes. The tuition, and the cost of books and materials is the student's’ responsibility. Due college policies, students will not be permitted to drop a class once they have registered to take the class