Twenty-seven percent of Horizon High School students are enrolled in dual credit courses this semester. Dual credit is available in pre-calculus, calculus, statistics, writing, and economics. Students completing the dual credit program will earn 38 quarter hour college credits. For a Horizon graduate going to George Fox University they will transfer in with the equivalent of 25 semester hour college credits. That is a savings of $18,258 in tuition, not including the cost of fees and books. Students who choose to attend Oregon State University will save $10,754 with their dual credit courses, not including the cost of fees and books. Horizon’s dual credit program saves families nearly one year of college tuition!