We are excited to announce that Northpoint Bible College provides opportunities for high school students to take college-level courses. Simultaneously, students earn credit toward high school completion as well as college credits toward a future college degree. The more classes students take, the further ahead they will be for college. Dual Enrollment courses are different than AP courses as no test is required at the end of the class; instead, students receive college credit if they pass the course.
Choose from 9 Different Classes
- Encountering God
- Spiritual and Character Formation
- Missio Dei
- Ancient Western Civilization
- Old Testament History and Literature
- New Testament History and Literature
- Preparing for Academic Success
- English Composition 1
- English Composition 2
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Dual Enrollment?
Northpoint Bible College provides opportunities for high school students to take college-level courses. Simultaneously, students earn credit toward high school completion as well as future college degrees.
Who can participate in Dual Enrollment?
High school juniors and seniors are eligible for dual enrollment.
What is the orientation process?
Northpoint’s Registrar and Chief Academic Officer will assist you through this process.
Northpoint Bible College also uses Canvas as its learning management system (LMS). Canvas is the world’s fastest growing LMS as 30% of higher education systems use this cloud based system. Canvas further offers support for all of its institutions by providing students 24/7 customer service. You may reach Canvas Support at (844) 611-2437.
What is the cost?
$99 per credit hour
$100 Technology Fee per semester
How do I pay for the courses?
Students may be able to pay by cash, credit card, or a personal loan. Unfortunately, dual enrollment classes are not eligible for financial aid.
What is the maximum number of courses I can take?
Students may take up to 6 credits per semester.
Dual Enrollment students may take up to a full year of credits PRIOR to stepping foot on campus.
I have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) at my high school. Does Northpoint offer these accommodations for dual enrollment?
Do I need to sign Northpoint's Code of Conduct?
Yes, every student who attends Northpoint Bible College is required to sign Northpoint’s Code of Conduct.
What is Next?
Every Dual Enrollment student who completes 12 credits through Dual Enrollment is eligible to receive a $3000 scholarship when they attend Northpoint as a full-time college student.
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