Receive dual enrollment credit for Comp I and Comp II with IEW!

Jul 05, 2022 | Posted by the IEW Blog Team

We are thrilled to share with you this fabulous news: High school students can now earn dual credit for both Comp I and Comp II (a total of six credit hours) when they complete both Structure and Style for Students Year 1C and Fix It! Grammar Level 5: Frog Prince. This exciting opportunity has come together through a partnership between IEW and Christian Halls International. You can view a special video that explains how your student can use this new opportunity to launch his college career.

Whether your student is homeschooled, is part of a weekly co-op, participates in a hybrid school, or attends a five-day-a-week brick and mortar classroom, your student can earn both high school and college credit for completing this coursework. The classes are asynchronous, making it easy for students to participate.

Students interested in obtaining dual credit via IEW’s above mentioned coursework have the choice of partnering with either Southeastern University in Florida or Donnelly College in Kansas to obtain their college credit. The partner universities are fully accredited, so your student’s English credits should transfer without difficulty. Christian Halls has noted that students are able to easily accomplish this.

By participating in dual enrollment credit opportunities in this manner, students are not only beginning their college careers while still at home, they are also saving money and fulfilling general education requirements. IEW’s Structure and Style coursework fits within Christian Halls’ dual credit plus gap year option; however, that isn’t the only possibility. The organization also offers bachelor’s programs, and even a few master’s programs are available.

If you are planning on using Structure and Style for Students Year 1 Level C alongside Fix It! Grammar Level 5, definitely consider knocking out some college credit simultaneously. It’s a great way to begin a college program of study!

Jennifer Mauser has always loved reading and writing and received a B.A. in English from the University of Kansas in 1991. Once she and her husband had children, they decided to homeschool, and she put all her training to use in the home. In addition to homeschooling her children, Jennifer teaches IEW classes out of her home, coaches budding writers via email, and tutors students who struggle with dyslexia.

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