Taking dual credit courses in high school is a great way to earn college credits and prepare yourself for the rigorous course work. Earning credits and preparing yourself for rigorous college course work is a money saver, however, you are subject to the college's transfer credit policies. The following article provides some interesting points, resources to help you with questions on transferring your credits, and helpful hints to help make the most of the dual credit opportunity in high school. Medina Valley High School offers dual credit courses through SWTJC to high school students with no tuition charge due to the fact the high school teachers are also adjunct professors with SWTJC.. Our courses in English, Literature, History, Government and Economics are courses that are typically required in BA & BS degree plans. (It is still smart to check with the college/degree plan in which you plan to attend after high school.) Dual credit math is a great way to get your math credit out of the way before entering college; math credits for college degree plans varies depending on your major so be sure to check your intended major's degree plan.