High School and Partnerships

High School and Partnerships

Through established partnerships with high schools and organizations, high school students can receive college credit concurrently for the work done in their high school classes, under Southeastern-approved teachers. Students gain exposure to the academic challenges of college while remaining in their supportive high school environment. Each successfully passed course earns the student transcripted college credit. Concurrent enrollment partnerships differ from other models of dual enrollment because high school instructors teach the college courses. Concurrent enrollment classes will be taken on the campus of partnering high schools taught by high school teachers.

Students will register for courses through the “Concurrent Enrollment” Application. Students will receive access to this application through their high school guidance counselor.

If you are unsure whether your high school is a partnering school with The College at Southeastern, please reach out to your school guidance counselor.

Partnering Schools and Ministries

Alamance Christian School
Bradford Academy
Burlington Christian Academy
Christian Heritage Academy
Classical Conversations
Crossroads Christian School
Fayetteville Christian School
First Academy
Gaston Christian School
Grace Christian School
Hickory Grove Christian School
High Point Christian Academy
Neuse Christian Academy
North Raleigh Christian Academy
Pacific Coast Christian Prep
Riverbend Academy
Roanoke Valley Christian Schools
The King’s Academy


Dual enrollment partnerships allow high school students the opportunity to take high school classes for both high school and college credit, exposing students to the rigors of college-level work while remaining in their supportive high school environment.

Classes offered through dual enrollment partnerships have been approved by The College at Southeastern as college-level material and are taught under Southeastern-approved high school teachers.

If you are involved in administration within high school setting and interested in leveraging your student’s work for college credit, please reach out to

To participate in dual enrollment your student:

1) must be at a school that is partnered with The College at Southeastern

2) must be enrolled in a high school class that has been approved by Southeastern for dual credit.

Please reach out to your student’s school to determine if dual enrollment is an option for your student.

Please reach out to your school guidance counselor for access to the “Concurrent Enrollment Application.”

To order an official transcript to transfer credits to another school, you can fill out our transcript order form here.

This order form will ask for either the Student ID or Social Security Number. If you do not know the Southeastern ID designated by our school, you can simply use the SSN.

Be sure that you request that transcripts be “held until final grades are posted.” This is due to the grades for partnership courses being input externally by the school or organization, so they do not run on the same timetable as