By Lindsey Hickman
Dixon High (DHS) students have the opportunity to earn triple units, and get a jump start on their degree by taking Solano Community College Classes (SCC) online with a partnership between the schools.
The College Advancement Program (CAP) recently announced that SCC will be offering two career oriented courses online in the coming fall semester, with 25 spaces reserved for DHS students in each class at no charge.
As part of the collaboration with SCC and DHS, the classes are tuition-free, and upon successful completion, the students will earn dual credit in both the high school and junior college. The college credits are worth three credits; and they’re worth ten high school honors semester credits.