Sample of Recent Courses Offered to High School Students
DUAL ENROLLMENT PROGRAMS
Marymount currently offers two types of Dual Enrollment Programs, on-campus and at specific high schools.
These courses offer students the opportunity to take college level coursework that allow for students to enter the University having already completed required classes ahead of schedule.
Classes are offered Monday through Friday (fall and spring terms only) in the afternoon/evening hours to accommodate a high school student's daily schedule and the need to travel to campus.
At High Schools
College-level courses in the Marymount curriculum are taught by teachers at specific high schools throughout the DMV region. Classes are taught for-credit and are scheduled during the traditional high school day.
Dr. Rebecca Vaccaro
Dr. Dan Murphy
Dr. Richard Gildersleeve
Exciting course opportunities await high school students each summer. In addition to learning from expert faculty, some programs invite students to see what its like to live in campus residence halls, take trips throughout the Arlington and Washington, D.C. area, and to interact with peers of similar interests from around the world.
Available to students in grades 9 through 12, the Ceramics Summer Institute is meant to help a student's individual craftsmanship, increase knowledge of the ceramic process, and expand awareness of contemporary ceramic practice to prepare for a professional artist career.
Spend time with students who share your interests, meet decision makers, and go behind the scenes at influential national and international organizations. Work closely with Marymount faculty who have extensive professional expertise and connections. The daily program will include morning classes, afternoon field trips, and fun evening activities.