Dual Enrollment Programs 

Ms. Antonia Dentes
Dual Enrollment Program Assistant (DEPA)
Email: Antonia_M_Dentes@mcpsmd.org
Room 138A




MCPS & MC Dual Enrollment Resources 

Montgomery College (MC) Dual Enrollment 

MCPS Dual Enrollment 

FAQs about Dual Enrollment 


Dual Enrollment Opportunities for WJ Students

Virtual Middle College

Interested students begin the enrollment process in Grade 8 with support from their school counselors.

Early College

Interested students discuss this option with their school counselors; eligible students apply in Grade 10.

Jumpstart to College 

Interested students speak with their counselors then contact WJ’s Dual Enrollment Program Assistant for registration assistance.  Students in Grades 9-12 may participate if they meet minimum eligibility requirements.

JumpStart to College for WJ Students


Eligibility requirements and registration steps.

Important to Know!

MC courses approved by MCPS for Dual Enrollment students: https://tinyurl.com/mcps-mc-courses  are offered at no cost if taken during the fall, winter, or spring semesters. 

Participants must apply to MC as Dual Enrollment students using this tutorial and receive a college ID number (M#) before requesting classes

High school students register for MC classes by creating accounts and submitting requests here. 

Students “claim” their MyMC accounts (the portal to MC) using this helpful video.

Students with 504 Plans or IEPs who plan to use accommodations must work with MC’s Disability Support Services.

MC Classes Offered at WJHS – for eligible juniors and seniors.

Fall 2023

Foundations of Communication/COMM 108, Mon & Wed, 7:45-9:15 AM, In-person.

International Relations/POLI 203, Tue & Thu, 7:45-9:15 AM, In-person.

Spring 2024

Introduction to Business/BSAD 101, Mon & Wed, 7:45-9:15 AM, In-person.

Controlling Stress & Tension/HLTH 212, 7:45-9:15 AM, Hybrid (In-person once per week plus online).

Intro. to Abnormal Psychology/PSYC 221, 7:45-9:15 AM, Hybrid (In-person once per week plus online). Students need to have a score of 4 or 5 on the AP Psychology Exam, or a grade of C or higher in MC’s PSYC 100/General Psychology course.