Dual Enrollment is offered only during Periods 5, 6, and 7. Students should plan ahead to ensure they are choosing classes that will not conflict with their West Shore classes in the morning. 

    Your guidance counselor will help you determine whether you could take 1, 2 or 3 DE classes.   

    You will have 7 total classes at West Shore or EFSC

    Students may only take ONE class in the Summer Term, unless they take the Early College Credit Option (ECCO)*

    Students may only choose full-term classes which are on the approved course list.  Please check your section numbers carefully as many courses have different sections which meet for different amounts of time.   

    West Shore Dual Enrollment Contracts

    Dual Enrollment Contract

    • Dual enrollment is available for students in Grades 10-12. Students will take 1-3 Dual Enrollment classes and remaining classes are taken at West Shore. 

    Early Admissions Contract

    • Early Admissions is for senior students interested in taking their entire senior coursework through EFSC.

    • **EA Students are still required to successfully complete a senior project and are expected to be in constant contact with the senior project teacher**

    On Campus College Algebra/Trigonometry Contract 

    • On Campus College Algebra/Trigonomentry is a Dual Enrollment course offered on campus at West Shore. Even students who will never take a class at EFSC are still considered DE students and therefore must still complete all of the same admission requirements in order to take this course. 

    First Time Dual Enrollment Students

    Additional Information


    Current Dual Enrollment Students

    • Complete a new Dual Enrollment Contract each academic year

    • Contact the College and Career Specialist for next steps, including GPA check and Registration Form

    Textbook Information

    • After registration, bring your "student detail schedule" to the media center. The College and Career Specialist will make you a copy for the librarian and the guidance clerk. The Media Center Specialist will provide the required textbook and/or electronic access code for your selected EFSC courses. You are responsible for purchasing required consumable materials such as lab manuals or workbooks, which cannot be used by another student. Textbook orders must occur no later than before the first two weeks of classes (preferably much sooner, to ensure you have them on time). 

    • EFSC Bookstore