Programs for High School Students
Move On When Ready/Dual Enrollment
The Move On When Ready program at Atlanta Technical College provides an opportunity for students to dual enroll at a participating eligible public or private high school, or home school program in Georgia, and Atlanta Tech. Students take coursework at Atlanta Technical College for credit towards both high school graduation or home study completion and postsecondary requirements. Students must have approval from their high school guidance counselor and their parents to participate.
The program is offered during all academic semesters – Fall, Spring, and Summer.
The Georgia Student Finance Commission requires that a MOWR High School/Home Study Program Participation Agreement be on file for each high school/home study program in order for students from that high school/home study program to participate in the MOWR program. For more information about MOWR and its requirements, please visit the Georgia Department of Education’s website.
To obtain the MOWR Application and Program Participant Agreement, contact Juli Gilyard, High School Programs Coordinator at (404) 225-4427 or email@example.com.
What Is Required For Admission?
High school students can obtain articulated credit for classes taken while in high school that were taught be the high school instructor. Students have to take the appropriate course, meet the eligibility requirements and pass the college examination.
Note: The $20 application fee and the $35 technology fee are waived for high school students.
Eligible high school students can receive the HOPE grant or scholarship (Accel) to pay the majority of tuition and fees. The HOPE requirements can be found on the Georgia Student Finance Commission website at www.gsfc.org.
Effective July 1, 2008, HOPE grant hours used to pay for dual enrollment courses will not count against the combined HOPE cap or the HOPE grant hours limit for high school students.
For more information, talk with your high school guidance counselor or call Juli Gilyard, High School Programs Coordinator, at (404) 225-4427.