As a means of recognizing superior high school achievement, qualified high
school students are permitted to enroll in the summer session or concurrently
with high school enrollment and earn college credits applicable to the
associate degrees. The following admission requirements must be met:
- Completion of the sophomore year in highschool.
- Recommendation by the high school principal.
- Consent of parent if student is under 18 years old.
- Passing scores on the TAKS and on the relevant
portion(s) of THEA (or state-approved alternative test), or
exemption from THEA.
The student submits a completed WCJC
admissions application, and documentation of test scores to the Office of
Admissions and Registration.
The Director of Admissions and Registration
evaluates the application and notifies the student of acceptance or rejection.
*Students are cautioned to guard against
enrolling for college courses that are related to their areas of UIL
competition and which might thereby endanger their eligibility for
participation in the University Interscholastic League.