Earning College Credits from the Comfort of Your Own High School
Dual Credit is a program that allows our students to enroll in college courses for credit prior to high school graduation. Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School, in conjunction with Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, works with us to provide these courses to our students on our campus. These credits are accepted at all schools within Texas, including private institutions, on a case-by-case basis.
The courses available for seniors are listed below and are taught on the Kelly campus by Lamar professors. Two classes are taken in the Fall and two in the Spring. The classes are taken as a group-no selecting only one or two. The classes may not be dropped and replaced by Kelly classes. Students are expected to be mature and responsible. Students must agree to adhere to all rules and regulations as required by Lamar University.
|English 1301 (Fall)||3 hours||(earned English 4 – 0.5 Credit)|
|English 1302 (Spring)||3 hours||(earned English 4 – 0.5 Credit)|
|Economics 1301 (Fall)||3 hours||(earned Economics – 0.5 Credit)|
|Political Science 2301 (Spring)||3 hours||(earned Government – 0.5 Credit)|
|TOTAL||12 College Hours||+ 2 High School Credits|
Juniors and Seniors
Lamar Early Access Program (LEAP) classes are taught by Kelly teachers and earn Lamar University credit. In order to host the class, Kelly must have ten students enrolled. Classes available are:
Music Appreciation 1306
3 College Hours (earn 0.5 high school Music Appreciation credit)
Survey of music for non-music students. Covers the major style periods from the Renaissance to the present with emphasis on the development of basic listening skills and critical thinking. Requires attendance of 3 instructor-specified recitals or concerts.
*NO ONLINE COURSES WILL BE PLACED ON THE KELLY TRANSCRIPT NOR AWARDED CREDIT TOWARD GRADUATION.