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Welcome to School & College Partnerships at Brazosport College. School & College Partnerships collaborates with education partners, oversees dual enrollment, and creates and coordinates college-going activities that encourage early access to higher education.

We’re eager to guide and empower you to the next step toward success and achieving your potential!

Learn more about School and College Partnerships

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 Dual Enrollment

Start college now! Dual Enrollment courses allow a high school student to attend and earn college credit while still in high school.

Apply to Brazosport College

All new dual students must be admitted to Brazosport College. The Texas 2 year application must be filled out prior to enrollment.

Complete the Apply Texas Application

Dual Credit

Reach your educational goals faster! The Dual Credit program allows eligible high school students take college courses and receive credits for both high school graduation and a college degree.

Learn more about the Dual Credit Program

College Readiness

Dual enrollment students, taking non-CTE courses, are required to take the Texas Success Initiative or TSI Exam to determine your readiness for college-level work. Some students may qualify for an exemption if they meet certain criteria.

Learn more about the TSI Exam

Cost of Dual Enrollment

BC has partnered with school districts to provide many different options when it comes to funding dual credit courses. Dual credit scholarships may also be available to students.

Learn more about Dual Enrollment Payment Options

Catalyst Program

The Catalyst program allows high school students (admitted in 10th grade) to take a structured path in order to attain an associate degree in an in demand field. Students will earn an associate degree in a high-demand field one year after graduating from high school. The three year program is free to admitted students meeting semester eligibility.

Apply for Catalyst

Students seeking admission for Catalyst must apply their 10th grade year.

Learn more about the Catalyst Program

Program Pathways

Students follow either a Chemical Technology – Process Operations pathway or Instrumentation pathway.

Learn more about the Enrollment Process

How can we help?

Daniel Yarritu, Director of Financial Aid

Priscilla Sanchez
School and College Partnerships

Tori Amason, PhD
School and College Partnerships

Tracee Watts, Vice President, College Advancement

Karina Cuellar
School and College Partnerships

Monday through Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Phone: 979-230-3633

500 College Drive
Lake Jackson, TX. 77566