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Early Enrollment Types

Early Enrollment Types

We offer a variety of course types to help high school students make the most of their early enrollment experience. Every student who is eligible for early enrollment courses can apply for our online courses. We also offer in-seat courses and hybrid courses for students at Woodrow Wilson and Liberty high schools. 


The majority of our early enrollment college-level courses are offered entirely online. Take anything from English to Sociology

Apply for online courses

If you prefer a paper application, you can download one here. However, the online application will streamline your application/registration process and save you time.

Capital High School

Capital High School continues to offer four in-seat math courses, taught by the legendary Mr. John Vencill.  Math 155 – Calculus 1 and MATH 251 - Multivariable Calculus are offered in the fall and MATH 156 – Calculus 2 and MATH 283 – Introduction to the Concepts of Mathematics are offered in the spring.

Apply for Capital courses*

Liberty High School

We’re excited to offer in-seat courses at Liberty High School again this semester. We’re teaching courses in PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology.

Apply for Liberty courses*

Midland Trail High School

Midland Trail has expanded their in-seat early enrollment courses and is offering ENGL 101 - Composition and Rhetoric, CS 101 –Fundamental of Computer Applications, MATH 126A – College Algebra and SOCA 101 - Intro to Sociology this fall.

Apply for Midland Trail courses*

Woodrow Wilson High School

Students at Woodrow Wilson High School have an opportunity to take both in-seat and online early enrollment courses.  Additionally, WVU Tech is of offering CS 121 Computer Science 1 to WWHS students in the afternoon at the WVU Tech campus in Beckley.  Qualified students from other area schools are welcome, assuming they can meet the scheduling and transportation requirements. 

Apply for Woodrow Wilson courses*

*Enrolling in courses for a particular high school does not prevent students from taking other courses - eligible students may also apply for courses in our Online section.