High School Dual Enrollment Admission Requirements
Through an agreement with the Tennessee Technology Center at Oneida/Huntsville and local school systems, high school juniors and seniors are eligible to dual enroll in one of the preparatory programs offered at the Tennessee Technology Center at Oneida/Huntsville except for Practical Nursing, Patient Care Technician, Health Information Technology, and Truck Driving. Students will be required to complete and submit a TN Dual Enrollment Grant Application online at the time of high school registration. Students who are not eligible for the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant may be eligible for dual enrollment if they meet all admission requirements and pay the specified tuition/fees.
Once secondary students begin enrollment in a program, they must maintain a cumulative grade average of 80.50 to continue to meet eligibility requirements under the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant. Students who do not maintain the required grade average may be permitted to re-enroll at the Center and will be required to pay the assessed tuition/fees.
High school students’ attendance will also be monitored. Those students who attend a session for three (3) hours will be allowed 18 clock hours (6 days) in absences per semester; students who attend a session for two (2) hours will be allowed 10 clock hours (5 days) in absences per semester. Any student who exceeds the maximum number of absences will have an Incomplete reported to the high school for the student’s grade. These students will have the opportunity to make up the hours on days in which high school is out of session if the Center is open on those days. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the instructor and inform him/her of the intent to make up time. For students who do not make up hours on such days, after-school credit recovery days will be scheduled for one week near the end of the semester. These days are the last opportunity students will have to make up their time. Instructors may assign a failing grade (F/65) for a student’s failure to make up time prior to the last day of the semester. If the failing grade causes the student to fall below the 80.50 cumulative grade average, he/she will no longer be eligible for the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant. If the student enrolls during a subsequent semester and is not eligible for the grant, he or she will be required to pay the assessed tuition/fees on the first day he or she attends classes.
Dual Enrollment Admission Check List (High School Students)
This application is for high school students interested in applying for one of the following programs:
Business Systems Technology
Collision Repair Technology
Computer Information Technology
Machine Tool Technology
- Students must either be a junior or senior at Clarkrange High School, Jellico High School, Landmark Christian School, Oneida High School, McCreary High School, Scott High School, or Alvin C. York Institute to enroll in our dual enrollment programs. Current contract agreements exist with those schools but others can be added.
- Complete the Dual Enrollment Application either online or one may be picked up at the Tennessee Technology Center at Huntsville. If you complete the application online you must call student services with your Social Security Number.
- Dual Enrollment Grant Application must be completed. If student is not eligible for Dual Enrollment Grant then student may still enroll but will be responsible for tuition cost of $300 per trimester.
- Selective Service Registration - All male students over the age of 18 must be registered with Selective Service.