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High School & College Credit in Art

Looking for a way to get high school and college credit in Art? Here’s the a list!

Option 1: Look local! Always start with this option for highest level of transfer, lowest cost, and best flexibility. Your local community college probably offers “dual enrollment” courses open to high school students, and sometimes they offer reduced for free tuition. Courses taken this way are transferred later into your target college.

Option 2: Out of state dual enrollment list. The colleges on this list will have “excellent” transferability like your local options, but you’ll have to participate remotely. Our list is open to students in any state, with the costs as low as $25 per credit. Courses taken this way are transferred later into your target college.

Option 3: Alternative credits the resources below are “alternative” ways of earning high school and college credit. Alternative credits transferability is ranked as follows: good, limited, very limited, special, not recommended as a general guideline, BUT, if you choose a partner college, then transfer is guaranteed.

(NEW) Art Appreciation Straigherlinelimitedabout $100
Art of the Western WorldDSST Examgoodabout $100
Art 104: History of Western Art IIStudycomlimitedabout $100
Art 103: History of Western Art IStudycomlimitedabout $100
Art HistoryAP Examgoodabout $100
Studio Art 2-DAP Examgoodabout $100
Studio Art 3-DAP Examgoodabout $100
Studio Art DrawingAP Examgoodabout $100
Art History 1Sophialimitedabout $100
Art History 2Sophialimitedabout $100
Introduction to Art (ART-101)Coopersmithvery limited$150
Jewish Art of Antiquity (ART-301)Coopersmithvery limited$150
ARTH101: Art AppreciationSaylor Academylimited$5


Executive Director of Homeschooling for College Credit