Dual Credit / Early Entry
Dual Credit / Early Entry Participation By Grade
Showing the percentage of students who participated in Dual Credit or Early Entry out of those who were eligible to participate.
Dual Credit / Early Entry Pass Rate by Grade
Showing the percentage of students who recieved a passing grade out of those who participated.
Dual Credit / Early Entry Participation by District Size
Showing the number of districts that participated in Dual Credit / Early Entry broken out by fall enrollment district size.
Advanced Placement Exam
Advanced Placement Participation by Grade
Showing the percentage of students who took an Advanced Placement exam out of those who were eligible to participate.
Advanced Placement Pass Rate by Grade
Showing the percentage of students who received a 3 or better on their exam out of those that attempted the exam.
Advanced Placement Participation by District Size
Showing the number of districts that participated in Advanced Placement Exams broken out by fall enrollment district size.
ND high school students can be eligible to earn college credit while in high school via “dual credit” / ”early entry” coursework offered through a college or university. This interactive dashboard displays such college coursework taken by ND high school students via specifically ND public colleges and universities (North Dakota University System institutions). Typically these college courses taken while enrolled in high school are considered dual credit (student receives high school and college credit) but in some cases, only credit at the college-level is awarded. To compute the percent of the high school students enrolled in NDUS college courses, the denominator reflects the count of high school students enrolled daily from September to May in grades 9-12 in a given school year. There are a few high schools with a narrower range of grades (such as Minot Magic City which is 11-12 grade only).
- There are private colleges offering dual credit/early entry courses to high schools that are not reflected in these data (University of Jamestown and University of Mary are both known to be offering college courses to high school students). Transfer credits from out-of-state colleges would not be reflected in these data either.
- This does not include courses that are taken as Advanced Placement only. The course must be taken in conjunction with a North Dakota University System college or university for a student to be included here.
Descriptions of the visualizations are as follows:
Dual Credit: Courses in which high school students earn both high school and college credits simultaneously.
Advanced Placement: Denotes high school students who take an Advanced Placement (AP) course in high school. Also, includes any high school student (not graduated) who is enrolled in a college course.
Participation by Grade: These graphs the percentage of North Dakota public high school students enrolling in postsecondary education by high school grade level.
Pass Rate by Grade: These graphs illustrate the percentage of dual credit/early entry students receiving a passing grade in a college credit bearing course.