Dual Enrollment GPA Calculator
Are you looking for how to calculate your weighted Dual Enrollment GPA?
Use the Dual Enrollment GPA Calculator to determine how Dual Enrollment classes will affect your high school GPA.
Frequently Asked Questions: Dual Enrollment GPA
Are Dual Enrollment Classes Weighted?
Dual Enrollment classes are weighted on a 5.0 GPA scale. For example, if you receive an A or 100% in your Dual Enrollment college class, your GPA for that class in high school is a 5.0 instead of a 4.0.
Does Dual Enrollment Affect Your High School GPA?
Dual Enrollment can affect your high school GPA positively or negatively. As a Dual Enrollment student, any college class you take will be transferred to your high school and reflected on your high school transcript. Since Dual Enrollment classes are weighted on a 5.0 GPA scale, this can boost your high school GPA because A's can transfer as A++, B's can transfer as A's, and C's can transfer as B's. If you don't do well in your college courses, this can also decrease your GPA.
Do Dual Enrollment Classes Affect Your College GPA?
Yes. Dual Enrollment classes are technically considered college classes so it would affect your college GPA. Especially if you take a Dual Enrollment class at a college, it would appear on your college transcript and be applied to your college GPA. A Dual Enrollment class is weighted on a 4.0 GPA scale in college and a 5.0 GPA scale in high school.
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