Dual Credits Save Students $289,500
Students earned those credits working in a wide range of options we offer to earn college credits during high school. Over 90 credits were earned through Advanced Placement programming, which is the highest recommended method of earning college credit according to the Office of High Ability within the Indiana Department of Education.
Our most traditional dual credit option is provided by Indiana University and Purdue University, who certify several courses to be taught in our buildings by our highly qualified teachers for dual credit. Additionally, MSD Wabash partners with local universities to encourage our students to attend classes on campus at Huntington University, Indiana University-Kokomo, Indiana Wesleyan University, Ivy Tech, and Manchester University.