Our applications for summer and fall dual credit courses will open April 27 and will be due May 12.
Click the link below to access our presentation from last semester. We will be hosting another information session in the coming months.
Dual Credit presentation (from 2022) (recording with slides and audio)
Dual Credit presentation (from 2022) (slides only)
Click to access our proposed Summer and Fall 2023 course list.
Our application form will be available at "How to Apply for Dual Credit".
Dual-credit programs provide high school students with the opportunity to explore post-secondary education and career pathways while earning credits at both the high school and post-secondary institution. Post-secondary tuition fees are paid by Palliser. Dual-credit studies are available to full-time Palliser students, and are designed primarily for grade 11 and 12 students.
Dual credit helps students to:
- get a jump start on their post-secondary education while still in high school
- complete high school while engaging in meaningful curriculum
- transition to post-secondary studies or move into the world of work
- potentially complete post-secondary with less debt
Students must be able to accommodate dual-credit courses into their current school and extra-curricular schedules, and be ready to commit to the program for its entire duration, which can range from one to three semesters.
View this slide presentation for a brief Introduction to Dual Credit Programs.
More information for students and parents is on the Alberta Education website.
High school is an opportunity for students to explore and discover passions, interests and potential career pathways helping to assist students to narrow down what post-secondary studies and careers they may pursue beyond high school. Students can choose to take an Exploratory Program as part of their high school learning plan.
Exploratory courses are taught by instructors in the industry and support students in making connections to potential career pathways, alongside the support of a school teacher. These courses are usually taught at a local college.
Students usually earn a combination of work experience and CTS credits for Exploratory Programs. They do not earn post-secondary credits.