Move on When Ready (MOWR) has had a name change. It is now called Dual Enrollment. This State of Georgia initiative allows high school students to take college courses through an approved college or university for high school credit.
To apply for Dual Enrollment, you must follow the high school's registration process as well as the college's application process, you must complete the Student Participation Agreement and submit it to the high school and college, and you must request funding through GAFutures.org.
Instructions for applying for dual enrollment
Student Participation Agreement due to both the college and the high school
Fulton County Dual Enrollment Contract due to the high school counselor
Funding request through GAFutures.org
Northview Counselors' Presentation on Dual Enrollment
Instructions for applying to Gwinnett Tech under Dual Enrollment.
Dual Enrollment information from Georgia State University. Once accepted to Georgia State Atlanta Campus, look at their check list of next steps. GSU's Dual Enrollment Counseling Newsletter is directed at counselors, but this issue from September 2019 contains valuable information like important dates.
For Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) information on Dual Enrollment, go to the GAFutures.org web site.
If you are trying to get a better understanding of the Dual Enrollment Program, check out this information from last school year (2016-17).
Fulton County has provided a presentation explaining Move on When Ready.
Georgia Tech Math
Students must follow the Dual Enrollment process to participate in Georgia Tech Distance Calculus, so high school forms are required by March 30th. However, Georgia Tech opens their online application on May 15th so you won't be able to apply to GT until then. Their application deadline is June 15th.
From Georgia Tech:
Please be aware that we have changes to our offerings for Distance Dual Enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year.
The following program will be unchanged:
Distance Math Year One
Fall 2019: MATH 1554—Linear Algebra
Spring 2020: MATH 2551—Multivariable Calculus
The following program has a course change:
Distance Math Year Two
Fall 2019: MATH 3012--Applied Combinatorics
Spring 2020: MATH 2552—Differential Equations
The following programs will not be offered next year:
Distance Organic Chemistry
For information about requirements and admission for the Distance Math programs, please see our Dual Enrollment website.
Georgia Tech Distance Math Informational Meeting
Georgia Tech will broadcast an information session for prospective distance math students on Tuesday, April 30th at 6:30pm.
Web stream: http://dlpe-calc.gatech.edu/
This meeting will be broadcast from Georgia Tech to participating high schools. Students and parents will have the opportunity to see and feel the format used daily for the classes. The meeting includes presentations about the admission process by the office of undergraduate admission and overview of the distance math classes by the professors. Since Northview is not a part of the interactive session, our students and parents can use the web stream link to watch the meeting but will not be able to ask questions.