Dual Enrollment

High schools must have an agreement in place with state colleges/universities for their students to be permitted to take coursework. Each dual enrollment provider will have its own set of requirements, including unweighted GPA, college placement testing, and registration steps.

Please note: New students are not eligible for dual enrollment during their first semester with due to registration deadlines.

Dual Enrollment Providers

1. Daytona State College

Overview Requirements:

  • One high school credit in a core course at the time of application
  • Unweighted 3.0 GPA
  • College placement scores on PERT, SAT, or ACT (Please see chart below)

2. Polk State College

Overview Requirements:

  • Six high school credits at the time of application
  • Unweighted 3.0 GPA
  • College placement scores on PERT, SAT, or ACT (Please see chart below)

3. Seminole State College

4. University of Florida

Overview Requirements:

  • Students must be a high school junior or senior
  • Students can take a maximum of two college courses each semester
  • Unweighted 3.6 GPA
  • College placement scores on PSAT, SAT, or ACT
    • PSAT 1130 (combined) or
    • SAT 1100 (combined)
    • ACT 22 (composite) or

 Please note: PERT Testing cannot be used for University of Florida dual enrollment eligibility.

College Placement Scores on PERT, ACT or SAT

Reading 106 19 24
Writing / English / Critical Reading 103 17 25
Mathematics (MAT 1033) 114 19 24
Mathematics (MAC 1105) for PSC and DSC 123 21 26.5
Mathematics (MAC 1105) for SSC 123 23 27.5

Additional methods of meeting test score requirements, including some high school course grades, AP and AICE examination results, and PSAT/NMSQT were added in the 22/23 school year. For full eligibility contact your school counselor.

***Students using SAT or ACT scores must have an official test score report sent to the college for PSC, SSC and DSC. This can be done through your College Board/SAT or ACT account

Students are able to take some dual enrollment courses without passing scores in all test sections. Eligibility rules vary from college to college


  • SLS1101 College Success may be taken at Polk State College with any PERT scores.
  • SLS1122 Managing your Success may be taken at Daytona State College with PERT 84 reading and 90 writing
  • CGS 1061 Intro to Computers and CGS1100 Computer Applications for Business may be taken at Polk State College with passing scores in Reading OR Writing
  • Students with passing scores in Reading and Writing are able to take most courses outside of math/science (Polk State limits students to 12 college credits total until all sections are passing).

Testing Information

  • PERT - Daytona State College and Polk State College offer online PERT testing to our applicants. Students may also be able to test at their local 2 year college in person. Contact the college testing department for information about in person testing.
  • ACT - Test fee required. Visit
  • SAT - Test fee required. Visit

More detailed information about programs, eligibility, the application process, and deadlines is provided to FLVS Full Time High School Students each term through school announcements and the school counselor website.

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