for High School Teachers
The Dual Credit Program allows Lewis-Clark State College and area high schools the opportunity to work together to offer college courses to high school students in an effort to provide them an early start on their college academic goals. The program’s success is based on the partnership between qualified high school instructors and our various academic divisions.
Each approved dual credit instructor is paired with a Lewis-Clark State College faculty member (liaison) who will provide guidance and support in curriculum alignment, teaching strategies, academic resources, etc. The LCSC faculty liaison will also conduct classroom visits and a course evaluations each year to ensure program quality and course alignment. The program promotes campus visits and encourages LCSC faculty to participate as guest lecturers in the high school classrooms.
Instructor Application Process
If you would like to teach a college-level class to high school students, please review the Dual Credit Instructor Application Process to learn how you can become a dual credit instructor. Courses taught at the high school must be the same as courses taught at Lewis-Clark State College, using the same textbook or a textbook approved by the division chair and/or faculty liaison.
- Faculty Forum: The program offers an annual professional development conference provided by academic department faculty. The event covers both discipline-specific topics and general program/college information.
- Provides an opportunity for LCSC faculty and high school instructors to work together and share methods, ideas, and experiences for the benefit of the students.
- Increases enthusiasm and motivation among students and teachers.
- Provides high school students the opportunity to experience the rigor and intellectual challenge of college classes and earn college credit while still in high school.
- Enhances ability and skills to do college work and aids students in gaining confidence for college success.
General Education Core Requirements
- FERPA Tutorial: In order to log in to WarriorWeb, you must first complete the FERPA Tutorial. Go to WarriorWeb and click "Enter" and then "FERPA Tutorial". After completing the tutorial, it will take 24 hours for your login to be created.
- User ID: Once you have a login, enter WarriorWeb and click on "What's My User ID?". You will need to know your LCSC ID number for this. If you don't know your ID number, contact Human Resources at (208) 792-2269 or the Dual Credit Program at (208) 792-2280.
- Password: If you have never logged on to WarriorWeb before, your password is your 8-digit birthdate. If you have previously used WarriorWeb, your password will be the same as it was the last time you accessed the site. If you have forgotten your password, use the "What's My Password" link.
Accessing Class Rosters
- The "Class Roster" link will provide a list of the courses you teach for the term you've selected. Simply select a course to view the list of students enrolled in the class.
- Dual Credit students should receive the same final grades on both the high school and college transcripts.
- To input grades for your courses click on the "Submit Grades" link.
- Using the drop down box, select the appropriate term and click "Submit".
- Using the drop down box, select "Midterm" or "Final" grading and click "Submit".
- A course roster will then be displayed with the names of active students and their ID numbers.
- Type the grades in the "Grade" box to the right of each name. Grades are not case sensitive. Only use expiration dates for incomplete grades ('I').
- Once you have entered grades for all of your students, click "Submit".
- You can see/print the grades you’ve submitted by using the ‘View grades’ link at any time. If the grades appear on the ‘View grades’ link, they have been submitted correctly.
- Grade changes can happen at any time via WarriorWeb.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org if there are discrepancies on your grade roster.
For additional information on grading, see the LCSC Grading Guide
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of education records and is enforced by the Family Policy Compliance Office of the U.S. Department of Education (FPCO). Essentially, the act states that 1) "students" must be permitted to inspect their own "education records" and 2) "school officials" may not disclose personally identifiable information about a student without written permission from the student.
The Dual Credit Registration Form includes an information release statement. Therefore, by signing the form, students authorize school officials to disclose "academic and financial records" to the parents/guardians noted on the application.
Additional FERPA Information