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Dual Studies

Dual Studies: Take college classes while in high school

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Welcome back to all of our returning dual enrollment students!

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Pictured above: a few of the returning dual enrollment students from Scott County High School; Lauren Pennington, Lily Cross, Jailin Burress, and in back row, Alex Rector and Troy Wilson

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Dual Studies Student of the Month

Kamea Lewis

Kamea Lewis is in the 11th Grade at Oneida High School. Her favorite subject is English and she hopes to become a Speech Pathologist. Kamea is involved in several school organizations including National Honor Society, BETA Club, and Best Buddies. She enjoys hiking and spending time with her family and friends. Her favorite quote is “Don’t wait until you’ve reached your goal to be proud of yourself.” - unknown

Congratulations to our Dual Studies’ Student of the Month!

Previous Students of the Month

Contact the Dual Studies Office

Phone: (865) 882-4504
Email: wilsonjr@roanestate.edu

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Information for Counselors

This program relies heavily on the dedication of high school counselors to make the classes happen - thank you. Roane State seeks to assist you in developing appropriate programs of study that enable your students to transition seamlessly to postsecondary education.

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