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College Guide

Dual Credit

All dual credit courses must be approved by Wallace Jr./Sr. High School before they will be transcribed on high school transcripts.  Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA and sign and return the registration packet (packets are available from Mrs. Bauer in the library.)

 

AVAILABLE COURSES:

Idaho Digital Learning Academy (partners with BSU, CSI, CWI, LCSC NIC, NNU, UI)

North Idaho College Course Search

Not sure what to take?

Idaho "GEM" Courses

IDLA/WHS Dual Credit Pathways

APPLY ONLINE:

 

North Idaho College

College of Southern Idaho

College of Western Idaho

Northwest Nazarene University

REQUIRED FORM:

APPLY FOR FUNDING:

Dual Credit Scholarship:

TRANSFER OF CREDITS:

It is the responsibility of graduating seniors to transfer their credits to a college of their choice.  High school students should research how credits will transfer prior to taking any courses.  These resources can help:

IDAHO COURSE TRANSFER

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO TRANSFER GUIDE

More helpful resources from IDLA

Financial Aide

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Federal Student Aid plays an essential role in postsecondary education by providing money for college for eligible students and families.

  • October 1st: first day to submit your FAFSA

  • Grants vs. Loans: grants do NOT have to be re-paid, but loans DO

  • In "Financial Aid Package", loans are often listed with grants that you are eligible for--read through this section carefully

  • Pell Grants are only issued to students who meet qualifications and submit a complete FAFSA by the deadline

  • FAFSA offers other supplemental grants on a first-come, first-served basis.  You must meet criteria and be one of the first applications received after October 1st

  • Submitting FAFSA online is the fastest method

  • You may send your information to up to 6 colleges.  It's good to look up college codes before January 1st

  • SUBMIT YOUR FAFSA ONLINE BEFORE YOU FILE YOUR TAXES (use last year's tax information)

Scholarships

Thousands of dollars in local and national scholarships are awarded to Wallace seniors each year.  Deadlines begin in November and continue through June.  Make sure to check deadlines often!

 
 
 
 
 
 
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