• WSD High School Course Guide 

    The WSD High School Course Guide contains details regarding high school courses, district and county programs available to students, and additional information that is helpful to students and parents. 

    This course guide is updated (at least) annually to reflect changes in curriculum, course offerings, program availability, and other relevant information. 

  • WSD College Credit Paths

    Early College Program:

    All Courses taken on-campus or virtually at St. Charles Community College.

    The Wentzville School District is proud to partner with St. Charles Community College (SCC) to offer the Early College Program to students at all WSD high schools. The Early College Program offers high school students an opportunity to earn transferable college credits while still enrolled in high school. The program allows students to take college classes on the SCC campus or virtually, when available. While enrolled in the Early College Program, students will take college coursework with textbooks and curriculum taught by SCC professors. Students can earn enough credits to complete part or all of an Associate’s Degree while concurrently earning a high school diploma. 

    The Early College Program will consist of 2 Paths of course offerings at SCC

    • Path 1 (Associate’s Degree) – Open to Juniors
      • Students in Path 1 will have an opportunity to earn an Associate’s Degree from St. Charles Community College and will be able to transfer to any Missouri public university having completed all lower-division general education requirements. Most private institutions in Missouri and many in neighboring states also accept these credit hours, but students and families will need to confirm this with their destination school. Students shall receive full credit, including any prerequisites or requirements in their major, for all Missouri Transfer Core 42 (MOTR) courses transferred to Missouri state institutions. The receiving institution cannot require the student to take additional lower-division general education courses. A student may, however, have to take additional lower-division courses to fulfill major, minor, program, or other requirements at the receiving institution.  
      • An associates degree equals 64 credits.
    •  Path 2  (A La Carte Courses) – Open to Juniors and Seniors
      • Students in Path 2 will take individual classes at St. Charles Community College. For each MOTR 42 course completed, the receiving Missouri public institution shall award full transfer credit, including any prerequisites or requirements for a major or minor. Most private institutions in Missouri and many in neighboring states also accept these credit hours, but students and families will need to confirm this with their destination school. 
      • Students interested in dual enrollment programs through the St. Charles Community College must meet the criteria set by the Missouri Department of Higher Education and:
        • successfully completed their sophomore year of high school
        • written permission of their parent/guardian and their high school counselor
        • a minimum of a 3.0 cum grade point average
        • complete the SCC application for Dual Enrollment
        • students are responsible for all tuition, books and fees

    A student who has met the above criteria will be admitted to the Dual Enrollment program.  The student may enroll in freshman level courses at SCC approved by his/her high school.

    College Credit Equivalent:

    • 3-4 College credit hours is equivalent to .5 credit for WSD High School graduation requirements.
    • 5-6 College credit hours is equivalent to 1 credit for WSD High School graduation requirements.

    College Transcripts:

    • Students must request their college transcripts directly from the college or university where the credit is awarded.