High School Programs

Northeast Lakeview College provides pathways for eligible high school students, grades 9-12, to take college-level courses concurrent with high school academic requirements.  To determine eligibility, high school students from public, charter, private and home school, must meet enrollment and placement requirements. 

Dual Enrollment Benefits:

Visit the categories below to learn about the various opportunities Northeast Lakeview has available for students.

Traditional Dual Credit ISD/Charter/Private

Traditional dual credit is an option for eligible high school students in the Alamo Colleges District service area. Partnership with public, private, or charter schools must be established to ensure dual credit courses are available.  The 42-Hour Core Curriculum provides course selection availability for dual credit participants. 

Students may contact their school counselor to confirm dual credit availability or may visit Alamo Colleges District High School Programs for additional information.

ISD/Charter/Private School Responsibilities:

  1. Coordinate with Northeast Lakeview College High School Programs staff to establish Dual Credit Information Sessions.
  2. Organize dates for completion of ApplyTexas and AlamoENROLL modules (via ACES ).
  3. Inform prospective dual credit students about completing the TSI Placement Exam (writing and essay, reading, and math) and qualifying scores.
  4. Schedule students for TSI Placement Exam to include all subjects; writing and essay, reading, and math.
  5. Complete and submit the required forms to Northeast Lakeview College High School Programs office:

                                               i.     Eligible Student Information

                                              ii.     Recommended Course(s)

All enrollment documents must be submitted by deadline noted on the Admissions and Enrollment Calendar to ensure timely registration.  Student registration is processed by College personnel.

Northeast Lakeview College Dual Credit Partner(s):

Dual Credit Home School

Traditional dual credit is an option for eligible homeschooled students in the Alamo Colleges District service area.  Student will sit in on mixed classes on college site and or online through the Distance Learning Program.  The 42-Hour Core Curriculum provides course selection availability for dual credit participants. 

Dual Credit Home School Enrollment Process:

  1. Complete ApplyTexas application online.
  2. Submit official high school transcript, notarized, with expected graduation date.
  3. If applicable - submit official test scores (ACT, SAT, TSI).
  4. Complete AlamoENROLL Modules via ACES.
  5. Schedule and complete TSI Placement Exam.

Review the Dual Credit Home School Checklist for full enrollment details and resources to guide through process.

Once the above is complete, visit Eventbrite to schedule an appointment with Dual Credit Personnel to finalize the enrollment process. 

Enrollment documents and placement testing must be submitted by deadline noted on the Admissions and Enrollment Calendar to ensure timely registration.  Student registration is processed by College Personnel.

Early Admit

Early Admit is an option for eligible Junior or Senior High School student interested in obtaining college credit while completing high school graduation requirements (does not qualify as dual enrollment). Applicants must meet enrollment and placement requirements below.

Early Admit Enrollment Process:

  1. Complete ApplyTexas application online.
  2. Complete the Early Admission Recommendation and Parent Consent Form.
  3. Submit official non-final high school transcript with expected graduation date.
  4. If applicable - submit official test scores (ACT, SAT, TSI) to determine college readiness.
  5. Complete AlamoENROLL Modules via ACES.
  6. Schedule and complete TSI Placement Exam.

Requirement for Early Admit Students:

  • Responsible for all tuition and fees.
  • Must be TSI compliant and demonstrate college readiness.
  • Must adhere to Bacterial Meningitis requirements.
  • Cannot participate in both Dual Credit and Early Admit at the same time.
  • Maximum combined class load must not exceed eighteen (18) semester credit hours (each high school class is equivalent to one three-hour college class),
Early College High School

Early College High Schools (ECHS) are located within a traditional high school or on college campus or in close proximity to a college campus.  This educational model allows students to simultaneously earn a high school diploma and an associate degree or a substantial number of transferrable college credits toward a bachelor’s degree.

For additional information, visit Alamo Colleges District High School Programs.

Northeast Lakeview College ECHS Partner(s):

 

High School Programs Resources

Dual Credit School Partner Resources:

Dual Credit Home School Resources:

 

Contact Us

High School Programs                    Student Commons (STCM), Room 217

Nlc-hsprograms@alamo.edu

Phillip Hicks II
College Director of High School Programs

(210) 486-5447

phicks8@alamo.edu

Vanessa Demont
College Coordinator of High School Programs

(210) 486-5787

vdemont@alamo.edu

 

Julie Kirkland-Poirier
College Coordinator of High School Programs

 (210) 486-5182

jkirkland-poirie@alamo.edu

 

Pamela Gauna
College Coordinator of High School Programs

(210) 486-5415

Pgauna3@alamo.edu

Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City I.S.D. 

  • Byron P. Steele, II High School
  • Samuel Clemens High School 

Judson I.S.D.

  • Judson Early College Academy

 

Home Schools

  • Charter / Private Schools