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Students who have signed up for Paint Your Way Through Art History can also sign up for dual enrollment credit through Bryan College.

You may do either fall semester or spring semester, or both.

NOTE: You do not need to apply to Bryan College directly, you only need to pay the fee at the red link above and then follow the link in the email you receive. If you receive email directly from Bryan College's admissions department, you do not need to reply. We have a special group registration, so you do not need to go through Bryan's normal dual enrollment application process.

Dual Enrollment is an additional fee of $200 per semester

In addition to the tuition for "Paint Your Way Through Art History."


Enrollment for Fall 2024 will open in June of 2024. All students who are enrolled in Art History will receive an email invitation to join the dual enrollment as soon as it opens.

You will receive a link to enroll with Bryan after paying the Dual Enrollment fee. You must click that link and fill out the form by December 10. That is all you have to do. (You do not need to apply to Bryan College or contact them.)


Dual Enrollment with Bryan College is open to high school students who are homeschooled sophomores, juniors, or seniors.

         Sophomores must have at least a 3.5 high school GPA.

         Juniors and seniors must have at least a 3.0 high school GPA.

Note: Dual Enrollment is available to students in all states, EXCEPT CALIFORNIA. (California doesn't allow out-of-state college credit delivery to their residents.) All other states have signed a "reciprocity agreement" and so they can offer education between states. California was the only hold-out.


Students are limited to 12 semester hours through Bryan College during the regular fall and spring semesters. (Paint Your Way Through Art History is a 2 credit hour course.)

Here's how:

1. Pay for Paint Your Way Through Art History (either full year or one semester)

2. Pay the Dual Enrollment Fee of $200 

3. Register with Bryan College by clicking the link when it arrives by email upon paying the fee. You'll receive a link to the Bryan College Registration form via email. (One of the questions will be "What class?" answer, "sophomore, junior, senior," in high school.)

You would receive 2 credit hours per semester listed as:

FA 101 - Exploring Art History I



FA 102 - Exploring Art History II 

Each semester is handled separately. You can do one or both. You do not have to do the fall semester first. 

Dual enrolled students turn in a video that shows all their work by the last day of class. Work is graded by Courtney Sanford and submitted to Bryan College. You receive a transcript from Bryan College showing 2 Fine Arts credit hours per semester upon request. (Students should contact Bryan College and request that a transcript to be sent to their attending college after being accepted.)

Note: Bryan College is an accredited college, so the credit should be transferrable to any college or university, but it is up to that college whether and how the credits will transfer. Each state has authorizing bodies which set the laws for how their residents can (or can't) participate in out-of-state educational programs.


Note: Bryan College is not authorized to offer dual enrollment to students who live in California. 

Payment will be made to Delightful Art Co. who remits payment to Bryan College.


For the fine arts dual enrollment, they will make a video or use a free portfolio website to show me their artwork. That will be due the last week of class. (I’ll give them lots of info and guidance on how to do it.)

Their art work will be graded based on the percent complete. So if they have 90% of the assignments complete, they’d get a 90. I then give extra points if I see that they’ve gone beyond expectations in any way: getting creative, putting in extra time, or showing improvement. 


Dual enrolled students will need to complete each project as they go. I really encourage them to finish one before the next class…so if they can plan an extra art session during the week, they’ll be fine. (If they put one off and catch up later, it’s not a big deal, but if they put them all off, that will be too much to do the night before the portfolio is due.) Students who don’t do dual enrollment aren’t under any pressure to finish…they sometimes finish some projects over Christmas break. 



If, in the future, you decide to attend Bryan College:

Bryan College is offering $500/year scholarships to Paint Your Way Through Art History students whether they've participated in the dual enrollment program or not. Send your Certificate of Completion to your admissions counselor. (Email if you need a certificate of completion.)

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