What Is Dual Enrollment?

Posted On November 25, 2020

Written by Madie Martin, director of Admissions at Reformation Bible College

As you are finishing up high school or starting your college search, you may be considering the option to dual enroll. Dual enrollment is an excellent way to gain high school and college credit simultaneously.

What does this mean at Reformation Bible College? RBC offers high school juniors and seniors one tuition-free course each semester, up to a total of four, until you graduate. What better way to earn Bible, history, communication, or Great Works credit than by attending classes on our campus in Central Florida? You can dive into Romans, gain a greater understanding of the history of the church, study the works of Shakespeare, and much more. To find out what classes are offered, reach out to our Admissions team.

To start the application process, complete our simple, five-minute application form. Next, the Admissions team will request your official high school transcript and take your file under review. Once you are accepted to RBC and registration opens, our registrar will be in touch so you can select the class you would like to take.

Once you dual enroll at RBC, I encourage you to get involved. We have a number of events throughout the semester where you can be a part of the RBC community and get to know other students. And make sure you take advantage of our weekly chapel service, the beautiful library where you can study, and other resources afforded to you as a dual-enrolled student. Make it a point to make new friendships, learn about your professors’ and peers’ backgrounds, and share your own.

Recently, I was speaking to Aaron, a dual-enrolled student, and asked him what he enjoyed about taking classes at RBC. He mentioned that most students his age don’t get the exposure that he is receiving in his classes here. He’s learning about history from a biblical worldview, and he is learning this in a richer way than most.

Don’t miss out. Learn the truths of Scripture and grow in your knowledge of God and His holiness, and then take that knowledge with you to help others as you continue your education at RBC or take whatever next step the Lord has for you. Join us here on campus!


Madie Martin is director of Admissions at Reformation Bible College.

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