College Dual Credit

The dual credit program is run in conjunction with Trident Technical College (TTC) and Charleston Southern University. Eligible students may take courses in English, history, political science (government), biology, communications, and mathematics. Upon completing and passing each course, students will earn both high school and college credit. At First Baptist School, the average senior graduates with over 18 hours of college credit, which equates to over a semester of college credit. 

 

Students at First Baptist School also have the opportunity to take AP Literature or AP European History. College credit for these courses is award when students earn the passing score required by the college they choose to attend. 

 

See below for a snapshot of First Baptist School students’ achievements:

 

CLASS OF 2017

  • 33 seniors earned dual credit

  • 641 total dual credit hours earned

  • The average senior earned 19 semester hours of credit

 

CLASS OF 2018

  • 25 seniors earned dual credit

  • 519 total dual credit hours earned

  • The average senior earned 21 semester hours of credit

 

CLASS OF 2019

  • 41 seniors attempting dual credit

  • 659 total dual credit hours expected to be earned

  • The average senior is attempting to earn 16 semester hours of credit

 

Currently, 40 juniors are attempting dual credit and are expected to earn 240 hours of college credit. The average junior is attempting 6 semester hours of credit.

FIRST BAPTIST SCHOOL of CHARLESTON

LOCATIONS

Lower School and Middle School

48 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29401

Telephone: 843-722-6646

Fax:  843-720-2510

High School

2055 George Griffith Blvd. James Island, SC 29412

Telephone: 843-410-1606

Athletics

2051 George Griffith Blvd. James Island, SC 29412

Email

info@fbschool.org

Admissions Office

Telephone: 843-722-6646 (ext. 1021)

Fax:  843-722-3894

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