Earn College Credit in High School
If you’ve completed your sophomore year of high school, you’re ready to jumpstart your college education by taking classes through Bob Jones University!
We invite you to choose from multiple online courses available to high school students. If you would prefer to take classes in residence at our beautiful campus in Greenville S.C, contact your program coordinator to learn more.
Register for a Course
Each course has been designed to maintain BJU’s high academic standards and biblically faithful perspective. Because BJU is both regionally and nationally accredited, you’ll be prepared for a successful college journey no matter where the Lord leads.
50% Discount for High School Juniors/Seniors
High school juniors and seniors qualify for a 50% discount on all undergraduate courses taken during their high school junior and senior years. That means you pay only $225 per credit.
Dual credit means that a course provides both high school and college credit. This enables you to complete your high school education while also gaining a head start on college. Not only are you better prepared for college having earned college credit, you also have the potential to save thousands of dollars off of your total college costs.
The decision of whether to count a college course for high school credit is the choice of the high school administration. Therefore, we recommend you check with your administration before beginning a college course for dual credit.
Potential Savings from Dual Credit
Placement tests for 100-level Math or English classes
High school students interested in taking a 100-level English or Math class (for example, En 101, En 102, En 103, Ma 103, Ma 105) should send a screenshot of their ACT or SAT scores to the Registrar and then request official scores be sent to BJU. BJU requires these scores to ensure that each of our students is placed into the appropriate class and given the best opportunity to succeed. If an ACT or SAT score is not available, a placement test should be completed.