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 high school instructors. Through concurrent enrollment, students gain exposure to the academic challenges of college while remaining in their supportive high school environment. Additionally, concurrent enrollment students who successfully pass their courses will earn college credit on their transcripts.

Concurrent enrollment partnerships differ from other models of dual enrollment because concurrent enrollment classes will be taken on the campus of partnering high schools and will be taught by qualified high school instructors.

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 Organizations

  • Alamance Christian School
  • Bradford Academy
  • Burlington Christian Academy
  • Calvary Christian Academy
  • Credo Academy
  • Crossroads Christian School
  • Cross Street Academy
  • Christian heritage Academy
  • Commission Leadership Academy
  • Eukarya Christian Academy
  • Fayetteville Christian School
  • The First Academy
  • Gaston Christian School
  • Grace Christian School
  • Greenville Christian Academy
  • Heritage Leadership Academy
  • Hickory Grove Christian School
  • Highpoint Christian Academy
  • Iron Academy
  • Legacy Christian Academy
  • Metrolina Christian Academy
  • Neuse Christian Academy
  • Southside Christian School
  • Triad Baptist Christian Academy
  • Thales College
  • Wayne Christian School

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