Dual Credit Courses
Junior and senior students of Bangs High School may earn both high school and college credit at the same time when enrolled in a dual credit course. Credit is posted to the student’s high school transcript and college transcript upon successful completion of the course. The student is taught and graded in the same way as college students who take the same course. Students, who would like to be considered for dual enrollment, should contact their school counselor. Students must meet specific college and BISD criteria before being subject to tuition and textbook costs. It is the responsibility of the student to check with the college of his or her choice to determine if a dual credit course will be accepted or not accepted. It is also the responsibility of the student to check with the college of his or her choice to determine if a dual credit course will be accepted in a particular major.
Bangs High School offers a variety of ways for students to earn dual credit while in high school. Both high school and college courses may be taken on a campus or may be taken in an on-line format.
These are some of the college Websites that BHS students most frequently use.
The following dual credit classes are taught on campus by teachers concurrently with Ranger College and therefore, count toward GPA and class rank. All other college courses and on-line courses do not count toward GPA and class rank.
Dual U S History (U S History 1301-U S History I- 3 course hours/U S History 1202 U S History II--3 course hours)
Dual English IV (English 1301-- English Composition I-3 course hours /English 1302-- English Composition II--3 course hours)
Dual Government (Government 2305-Federal Government--3 course hours)
Dual Economics (Economics 2301-Principles of Macroeconomics – 3 course hours)
College classes are also available toward certificate or A.A.S. programs through TSTC.
Wind Energy Technology Cosmetology
Health Science Culinary Arts I & II