Dual-enrollment statistics from the 2017 graduating class:

74 of the 2017 graduates participated in dual-enrollment coursework during their high school career.

Collectively those 74 students earned 2,628 college credits; an average of 35 credit hours per student.

49 dual-enrollment graduates earned 148 Technical Certificates of Credit (TCCs).

8 dual-enrollment graduates earned diplomas from Central Georgia Technical College – 2 in Criminal Justice Technology, 3 in Welding and Joining Technology, and 3 in Electronics Fundamentals.

Collective dual-enrollment data since 2014:

327 PCHS students have participated in dual-enrollment .

PCHS dual-enrollment students have earned 5,995 college credits.

PCHS dual-enrollment students have earned 536 Technical Certificates of Credit (TCCs) and industry recognized credentials.

2 dual-enrollment students have earned their Associate’s Degree in Technical Studies, and 10 have earned a diploma in either Criminal Justice Technology, Welding and Joining Technology, or Electronics Fundamentals from Central Georgia Technical College.