Dual Enrollment Spring 2021

Dual Enrollment Registration for Palm Beach State College Begins October 13
Posted on 09/29/2020

Important Spring 2021 Duel Enrollment Information

Overall Requirements to register in Duel Enrollment Classes

GPA Requirement 3.0

College Ready Test Scores

PERT: R 106, Writ 103, M 114

PSAT: R 24, Writ 25, M 24 – Writ/Lang 430, Math 480

ACT: R 19, Writ 17, M 19

SAT: R 24, EBRW 430, WRIT 25, MATH 24/480

Registration begins Tuesday, October 13, 2020

All Duel Enrollment course(s) requests must be received by Friday, December 4, 2020.

Students can begin submitting their Spring registration documents on Monday, October 5, 2020.

First Time Students

Students may register for the folowing Spring Courses offered at Lake Worth Community High School.

ENC 1102 College Composition 2 - REF# 275154

ENL 2022– English Lit After 1800 - REF#275155


  • Seniors interested in Spring Early Admission should contact their School Counselor after reading the information on this page.
  • Dual enrolled students may take a maximum of 8 credit hours per semester. This includes PBSC, UF, FAU and Embry Riddle.
  • Students registering for more than 8 credit hours will be withdrawn from the Dual Enrollment Program.
  • Submit to your counselor six (6) course titles with courses ID’s and your PBSC ID number via Counselor’s email. Course / ID must be reeceived by Friday, December 4, 2020.
  • The student must register for courses and email their schedule to their counselor.
  • Students are not permitted to register for courses scheduled during school hours (7:30 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.).
  • Counselors will email required documents to students.
  • It is the student’s responsibility to upload their documents to PBSC for processing via the online Dual Enrollment Authorization Request. The website can also be found on the Dual Enrollment webpage.
  • Once the documents are processed, students will receive a notification through their PBSC student email account (not personal or School District email accounts).
  • Spring textbook information: TBA.
  • Questions regarding PERT availability can be addressed to centraltesting@palmbeachstate.edu.
  • Students should have access to their courses via the Blackboard.
  • Should they experience issues logging into Blackboard, they can submit a ticket to the Information Technology (IT) department of Palm Beach State College.