Online Dual Enrollment

Preparing Students with Learning Differences for College Transition.

Through our personalized and highly supportive approach to online learning, our students develop critical academic skills, explore their interests, and earn college credits while in high school or in a gap-year experience.

Now enrolling for Spring 2022

Program Overview

LC Online Dual Enrollment (ODE) courses are available to high school juniors, seniors, and gap-year students with learning disabilities, ADHD, autism, and executive function challenges.

Each course is designed and delivered using research-based best practices for online learning. Courses are personalized and highly supportive, helping to customize the learning environment. Student class size is kept small, averaging 12-14 students, to ensure students receive individual attention and feedback from experienced educators.

Prepare for a successful transition to college with our Online Dual Enrollment program. Download a transcript of the video.
About Online Dual Enrollment
Educators and the student body from Winston Preparatory Schools discuss why the ODE program is valuable to them.
Hear From Our Students
Hear from Will Donohue, first year student from San Francisco, CA, who shares his first-year experiences.
Meet Will: LC Online Dual Enrollment Student
Students engage in both asynchronous and synchronous course components. The curriculum is available any time of day, which allows students maximum flexibility. Students receive one-to-one synchronous coaching sessions with their instructors and course advisors. Engaging activities such as discussion forums, group projects, case studies, and more, add to a rich and interactive learning experience. Learn more.
Landmark College Online Student
Landmark College Online Student with Parent
Dual enrollment courses offer college preparedness and transition benefits in academic, social-emotional, and economic domains. ODE students earn college credits, build communication skills, and engage in a college context. Learn more.

Online Learning Resources

We understand that students choosing to learn online need to develop the skills required to be successful. We offer embedded scaffolds to support students such as an Online Student Readiness training which allows students to gain practical skills to support their success with online learning. Learn more about the Student Online Readiness training. 

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For additional information and school partnership opportunities please contact:

Tabitha A. Mancini, M.A.
Director of Customer Relations and Outreach, Online Learning

For interest in programs and partnerships in the California, Bay Area please contact:

Sandra A. Fishler, M.A. PPSC
Regional Director, Online Programs
California, Bay Area