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Dual Enrollment

Many local high schools and Mohave Community College offer college courses during the school day that can be counted toward both high school and college graduation requirements. High school students in these dual enrollment classes earn college credits at no cost to the student. “All students enrolled for college credit shall be high school juniors or seniors. All students in the course, including those not electing to enroll for college credit, shall satisfy the prerequisites for the course as published in the college catalog and shall comply with college policies regarding student placement in courses.” [ARS 15-1821.01]

For more information about dual enrollment classes, contact your local campus admissions specialist/recruiter. 

Participating Schools

  • Kingman Academy of Learning High School
  • Kingman High School
  • Lee Williams High Schools
  • Lake Havasu High School
  • Telesis High School
  • Mohave Accelerated Learning Center
  • Mohave High School (Bullhead City)
  • River Valley High School (Mohave Valley)
  • El Capitan High School


For high school students interested in Career & Technical Education, MCC partners with many area high schools and WAVE/JTED to offer concurrent classes in which the students earn college credits. You are encouraged to contact your local MCC admissions specialists and your high school counselor for more information.

Parent Connect

MCC parent connect, helping you guide you child through college
Parents should be involved especially at this step, this is a lifelong movement, college is very important

The process of going to college can be a bit overwhelming at times for students and parents both. MCC Parent Connect is here to help parents guide their child through college successfully by giving parents the resources they need.

Parents that would like to learn more about:

  • Paying for college
  • How students can earn college credit while in high school
  • Admissions and registration process
  • Applying for financial aid
  • Placement scores and what they mean

Parents are encouraged to call 866.664.2832. Even though college is a big decision it doesn’t have to be overwhelming.

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