Welcome to Maryville High School's Dual Enrollment Site
Hey all Dual Enrollment Students,
Welcome back to school! On your first day of school, you will receive your schedule in homeroom. You will notice that you have been assigned your dual enrollment class during the block for which you registered. You will report to Mrs. Burchfield during your assigned dual enrollment block in the Ed Harmon Room. She will have a handout for all of you, and you will be going over several important points.
MARYVILLE COLLEGE DUAL ENROLLMENT COVID REQUIREMENTS
All students taking Dual Enrollment classes at Maryville College should have received the correspondence below. If you have any questions regarding these updates, please reach out to Robin Burchfield at robin.burchfield @maryville-schools.org.
MC is endeavoring to return to pre-COVID campus life safely and gradually, while being mindful of risks that remain, especially with COVID variants. Last week you received the College’s COVID update, which offered information in preparation for the Fall semester. We recognize this was a large amount of information, so please know that the Admissions staff remains available to respond to any questions and concerns you may have, or to get you connected with the right person.
- By August 1, 2021, all students must do one of the following: (1) Provide proof of COVID vaccination, or (2) Apply for one of the COVID vaccination exemptions. The MC app has a button for vaccination reporting and exemption requests, or you may simply use this link.
- Applications for medical and religious vaccination exemptions require supporting documentation, which is outlined on our COVID--19 webpage. Such exemptions must be requested by August 1, and decisions will be communicated to students by August 6.
- All unvaccinated dual enrollment students will be required to undergo periodic and random COVID testing during the 2021–2022 year. Students must report results back to the COVID Coordinator within 72 hours of being chosen to be tested. Test results are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and results must show the student’s full name, date of test, test results and the testing site/vendor. Students have the choice of where they are tested. The Blount County Health Department offers free onsite testing some days of the week and free self-test kits on other days. Local pharmacies are also testing centers. Over-the counter test kits may be purchased as well, but at the student’s own expense.
- The College will be unable to provide unvaccinated students who test positive for COVID or who have been exposed to the virus, with remote/hybrid instruction this year. Unvaccinated students will need to remain at home and not return to campus until they have fully recovered (for one to two weeks, depending upon symptoms and testing).
As always, the College reserves the option of amending our requirements, should on-campus or local COVID conditions necessitate such action. Further, we may also require vaccination when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) fully approves a COVID vaccine.
We want to make your next steps to college positive and comfortable and be sure you have all the information you need. Once again, please know we are available to help however we can. We continue to be available to respond to your questions and concerns at email@example.com I look forward to seeing you on campus soon and GO SCOTS!
All the best,
Dual Enrollment provides students the opportunity to take college courses at Maryville College, Pellissippi State Community College, the University of Tennessee, and Roane State to earn both high school and college credit. There are many benefits to enrolling in dual enrollment courses, but there are also specific requirements as well. This site explains the benefits, requirements, and procedures for enrolling in Dual Enrollment courses at Maryville High School.
Any student who has taken dual enrollment courses throughout his or her time at M.H.S. must remember to request a transcript from the dual enrollment college be sent to the college the student is attending in the fall or summer. Transcripts are private, legal documents, and Maryville High School cannot make this request for you. You can do this through your MYPellissippi account or college's website if you still have an active account. If not, you will need to contact your college about that process. You should take care of this immediately, and then follow up with your fall college's admission office to be sure they received the information.