Students in CFBISD have the opportunity to earn college credits in addition to high school credits by taking Dual Credit courses. CFBISD partners with Dallas College. More information can be found in the CFBISD High School Planning Guide on pages 21-25. The CFBISD High School Planning Guide can be found by clicking on this link -> https://bit.ly/HSEPG23-24. Creekview students are able to take courses labeled “ALL”. Prerequisites may be necessary.
How to enroll in Dual Credit courses:
1. Do you qualify? Check your EOC, PSAT, SAT and/or TSIA scores. If you do not have qualifying scores, visit with your counselor to make a plan to take one of these tests.
2. Discuss your 4-year high school graduation plan with your counselor to determine how Dual Credit courses will help you accomplish your future goals.
3. Apply to be a Dallas College Dual Credit/High School student. Send your Dallas College ID to your counselor prior to the deadline. The link to apply is https://www.dallascollege.edu/admissions.
4. Tell your counselor what you want to take and when you plan to take it prior to the deadline.
Creekview High School’s Signature programs:
1. College Algebra & College Trigonometry
Seniors may earn up to 6 college credit hours while completing this one-year math option at Creekview High School. Classes are taught by a CHS teacher who has been credentialed by Dallas College. These math courses take place on campus during the school day. College Algebra is offered in the fall semester and College Trigonometry is offered in the spring semester. Students must earn a grade of C or higher to take College Trigonometry.
2. Economics & Government
Seniors may earn a total of 6 college credit hours by completing both required courses for high school graduation. (Students are not required to take both.) Classes are taught online by Dallas College professors. Students will be placed in a CHS teacher-monitored classroom during the school day. The CHS teacher helps by monitoring students’ work, deadlines, and grades. Since the teacher is also a Social Studies teacher, she is able to support students as they complete assignments.
3. Criminal Justice Program
Earn up to 18 college credit hours by completing this two-year program. A one-year program is also available. Classes are taught by a Dallas College instructor. Students will be placed in a CHS teacher-monitored classroom during the school day. The CHS teacher helps by monitoring students’ work, deadlines, and grades. Since the teacher is also the Law Academy teacher, he is able to support students as they complete assignments.