Does USNA like dual enrollment or not?

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by aviatordream, Jul 5, 2011.

  1. aviatordream

    aviatordream Member

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    I'm homeschooled, and will be a junior this year. I've been doing everything to get into the naval academy, and I have a question regarding dual enrollment during high school.
    Some colleges have said that they do not like dual enrollement classes from high school students. It apparently takes money from their pocket. I have taken mostly online high school classes from FLVS (florida virtual school), but plan on doing mostly dual for the rest of high school.
    My question is: does the naval academy like their students to do dual enrollment, or do they frown upon it? Since I'm homeschooled, I would have to take all online AP classes (which are a big pain), but I'll do it if I must.
    I really appreciate anyone's input, thank you.:smile:
     
  2. dawiggy7

    dawiggy7 Member

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    I don't know whether or not they "like" it, but it could be very helpful in validating classes if you truly learn the material.
     
  3. JettAirliner

    JettAirliner USNA Appointee 2016

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    Do your dual credit. It teaches you the appropriate material (moreso than AP in my opinion) and, since you can't take anything from Annapolis since everyone has to do four years, it will only benefit you.
     
  4. Midshipman_Ric

    Midshipman_Ric New Member

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    Yes they do! I was dual enrolled at Oklahoma State University and I am going to the Naval Academy Preparatory School in a few days.
     

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