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Yavapai College is dedicated to connecting students to their future careers and helping them transfer seamlessly into college life.

Advanced Placement? Dual Enrollment? JTED? Concurrent? Which one is your best choice to earn college credits while in high school? It depends on your college plans. Review the information below to find your best fit.

 What's the Difference Between These Programs?

Advanced Placement

Students take college-level coursework while fulfilling high school graduation requirements.

Dual Enrollment

Students take college-level coursework while fulfilling high school requirements.

JTED

Students take college-level coursework in career-technical fields including allied health, business, pre-engineering, and many more—all while fulfilling high school graduation requirements.

Concurrent Enrollment

Students take college-level coursework which may fulfill high school graduation requirements. Please speak with you high school counselor to discuss your specific situation.

 How Does College Credit Work?

 Who Teaches the Classes?

 Where are the classes held?

 How do I know if I'm eligibile?

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 Impact On GPA


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