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Dual Enrollment

Find out if King’s is right for you by earning college credit online before you graduate high school.

Begin Your College Path Early

King’s Dual Enrollment allows you to take college-level courses taught by thoughtful Christian academics and engage in discussion groups with other students, all from the comfort of your own bedroom. As an online student at King’s, you will learn to think critically about the world around you, ask good questions, and engage with big ideas. Taking an online course in high school is a great way to see what King’s has to offer and to get to know us before you set foot on campus.

Why Dual Enrollment?


Academic Rigor

Classes foster intense intellectual engagement and genuine interaction with professors and peers.

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Watch recorded lectures, participate in discussion forums, and complete your assignments whenever is most convenient for your schedule: just make sure to meet your deadlines!

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As a dual enrollment student, you’ll enjoy highly discounted tuition while saving on housing and living expenses.


Application Process

Apply to Dual Enrollment
Submit Transcript
Submit Recommendation Letter

Cost and Deadlines

Experience the same challenging courses as our students in New York City at a discounted price.

  • Homeschool and Partner School Course Cost: $400 per course (3 hours of credit)
  • Non-Partner School Course Cost: $600 per course (3 hours of credit)

Spring 2022 Term

January 19 – May 6, 2022

* After November 15, registration is not guaranteed for certain courses.

Summer 2022 Term

June 6 – July 30, 2022

Spring 2022 Application Deadline

December 10, 2021 *

Summer 2022 Application Deadline

March 25, 2022

Course Offerings

Spring 2022
  • ECO 211 Microeconomics
  • ENG 120 Research Writing
  • HIS 111 Western Civilization I
  • LIT 254 The Fantasy and Science Fiction of C.S. Lewis
  • POL 110 Foundations of Politics
  • REL 112 Literature of Hebrew Scripture
  • ENG 110 College Writing I
  • ECO111 ISI: Economics and the Pursuit of Happiness
  • URB 200 The City
  • POL 313 American Political Thought and Practice II
  • MAT 165 Finite Math
Summer 2022
  • HIS 212 Western Civ II
  • REL 110 Christianity and Society
  • MAT 155 Quantitative Reasoning
  • POL 311 APTAP I
  • PHL 261 Ethics
  • SCI 212 Scientific Reasoning
  • REL 312 Historical Theology
  • ENG 110 College Writing
  • POL 313 APTAP II
Fall 2022
  • ECO 111 How Markets Work
  • ENG 110 College Writing
  • HIS 212 Western Civilization II
  • PHL 110 Foundations of Philosophy
  • PHL 261 Ethics
  • POL 110 Foundations of Politics
  • REL 110 Christianity and Society
  • REL 112 Literature of Hebrew Scripture
  • REL 211 New Testament