• John A. Logan College

    Dual Credit, Dual Enrollment & Summer Honors Program

  • Dual Credit: Johnston City High School offers several dual credit classes for our juniors and seniors, which are taught at our high school by our instructors.  Students take these classes during their normal high school schedule and receive credit for high school and JALC for the same class.  They are enrolled in both high school and college for the same course (dual credit).  They will receive a very small bill from JALC for an online and technology fee. These classes change periodically. Classes currently offered are as follows.

        • Honors English IV ENG 101/ENG 102 JALC Benchmark/JCHS Application & Instructor Recommendation

          Psychology PSY 132 JALC Placement Test

          Speech COM 115 JALC Placement Test

          Biology II BIO 101 JALC Placement Test

          Elementary Statistics MTH 120 JALC Benchmark 

          College Algebra MTH 108 JALC Benchmark

          Introduction to Education EDC 200 JALC Placement Test/JCHS Application & Instructor Consent

          Human Growth Development EDC 202 JALC Placement Test/JCHS Application & Instructor Consent

          Schooling in a Diverse Society EDC 203 JALC Placement Test/JCHS Application & Instructor Consent

          Characteristics & Methods EDC 208 JALC Placement Test/JCHS Application & Instructor Consent 

          Medical Terminology HIT 217 JALC Placement Test

          Nursing Assistant NAD 101 JALC Reading Benchmark/JCHS Application & Instructor Consent

          Computer Concepts CIS 207 JALC Placement Test

     
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  • Dual Enrollment: Students that elect to take JALC classes at one of their locations (not taught by JCHS staff) are classified as dual enrollment.  This means they are enrolled as both a high school student and a college student at the same time.   

    For more information regarding dual enrollment, click here.