• Students who add Dual Credit Academic, Elective, or Workforce Program courses to their Career Plan by Nov 17 and/or during the Course Selection Review period Dec 8-15, will be enrolled in the Dual Credit Boot Camp in January 2024 during their privilege period to complete the application and enrollment process.

  • Scroll down to the Dual Credit Interest Meeting Presentation for more details.

Allen ISD and Collin College have a partnership which allows students enrolled at Allen High School to take courses and participate in programs at Collin College for both high school and college credit.  

All Allen High School Dual Credit academic and Dual Credit Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses/programs will be located at the Collin College Technical Campus (CTC). 

  • The CTC is located right next to the AISD STEAM Center.

  • AISD will provide buses to shuttle students to and from AHS and the CTC just as we already provide buses to shuttle students to and from AHS and the STEAM Center.

  • Students may also drive to and from the CTC just as they already drive to and from the STEAM Center.

  • The AHS, STEAM and Dual Credit schedules are staggered to allow students to take classes on multiple campuses. 

Advanced Academics Comparison Charts - Dual Credit vs AP vs IB

Dual Credit Contact Information

AHS College and Career Center 

Main: 972-727-0400 ext, 301269 


Dual Credit Advisor

A - H and
Associate Degree Pathway

Bianca Tovar

I - Q and
Health Sciences Programs

Katy Spaniel

R - Z and
Industry-Based Workforce Programs

Mary Beth Sunderhaus

College & Career Counselor
Collin College

Brittany Cortez

To make an appointment with a Dual Credit Advisor:  https://ahsccc.setmore.com 

Director of CCMR (College, Career, and Military Readiness)
Toni Crisler

Dual Credit Interest Meeting

Dual Credit Timeline for 2024-2025 School Year Enrollment