High School and Homeschool Programs
Tyler offers several specialized options for high school and homeschool students interested in college courses.
Concurrently enrolled students take Tyler courses prior to their high school graduation. Students may be enrolled as juniors or seniors at local high schools or be homeschooled. Students who qualify for concurrent enrollment can take classes on the Midlothian Campus, Chester Campus or online.
Dual Enrollment courses are Tyler courses that are offered in local high schools. Students earn college credit, as well as credit for the course at their high school.
Concurrent Pipeline courses are Tyler courses that are taught at Tyler's Chester campus. Students earn college credit toward a career studies certificate in a career-technical field, as well as credit for the course at their high school.
The UpGrade program allows students to take courses that leads to a certificate, associate degree, and/or workforce credential at Tyler. Credit can be earned through a combination of dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, International Baccalaureate (IB) or Advanced Placement (AP) courses/tests. Options vary by high school.
Spring Semester to Begin Remotely
Due to the current spread of COVID-19 in our area, the college’s spring semester classes will begin remotely. Through January 29, classes scheduled to meet on-campus will be held through Zoom. The college’s student services offices will also continue to offer remote services on the weekdays during this timeframe. Very limited staff will be on campus, and students are encouraged to access services remotely. Students needing assistance may contact the Help Hub. Learn more.