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The Office of High School Initiatives is under the leadership of Ms. Evett Davis.

Move on When Ready provides students enrolled in an eligible high school, the opportunity to earn high school and college credit while simultaneously enrolled in both. A student may take one Move on When Ready course or be enrolled full-time at the college, depending on the need. Remedial and developmental courses are not available for Move on When Ready.

For more information about the program please visit HERE.

GADOE MOWR Student Participation Agreement - Columbia County

GADOE MOWR Student Participation Agreement - Richmond, Burke, McDuffie, & Lincoln County

Move On When Ready Authorization for Release of Records to a Third Party

Move On When Ready Lending Library Application

New MOWR Students

All New MOWR students for Fall 2017 are required to register for our New Student MOWR Orientation/Registration Sessions by visiting

Please reserve your seat at an upcoming New Student Move On When Ready Orientation (Overview, Academic Advisement and Registration) that will be held on our main campus in Building 1300 Room 123. The Orientation is for rising 9th-12th grade students who have been officially accepted into our program and attend an eligible participating public/private high school or a home study program in Georgia.

Please read the information carefully and bring all required documentation to your session. Every student must be accompanied by their legal parent/guardian.

MOWR Registration for Returning Students
(Fall 2017)

To register for Fall 2017, all returning MOWR students must bring the following items to registration:

  • Completed GADOE MOWR Student Participation Agreement with all signatures

Forms are available on this website.

MOWR Returning Students Drop-In Fall 2017 Registration and Schedule Changes:

    Date     Time   Campus     Location
July 26, 2017 3:00-5:00 p.m. Augusta Bldg 1300, Rm 123
August 2, 2017 3:00-5:00 p.m. Augusta Bldg 1300, Rm 123
August 9, 2017 3:00-5:00 p.m. Augusta Bldg 1300, Rm 123
August 16, 2017 3:00-5:00 p.m. Augusta Bldg 1300, Rm 123

Steps for Dual Enrollment

  • If you are in the 9th-12th grade and are enrolled in an eligible Georgia high school or home school program, please complete an online application for admissions. Visit, in the top right corner click the "Apply Online" icon.
  • Then, click first time user account creation (remember your Login ID & PIN to be able to check your admissions status). Complete the Dual Student application.
    The $25 application fee is waived for dual enrollment applicants.
  • After your application is received, our admissions office will notify you with a date to take the Accuplacer Test (Reading, Writing, Arithmetic and Algebra.) If you have taken the COMPASS, SAT or ACT, please have your official scores submitted to our Student Records office. If your COMPASS, SAT or ACT scores meet our requirements for admission for your desired program of study, you will not have to take the Accuplacer Test.
  • If you meet the admissions requirements for dual enrollment, you will receive an official acceptance letter with all of the relevant information to complete the dual enrollment process. If you don’t meet the admission requirements for your desired program of study , you will receive a letter with possible options.
  • If you have any questions, please call our Admissions Office at 706-771-4029.
For additional Information locally, please contact:

Evett Davis
High School Coordinator
Phone: (706) 771-4027


Or visit your high school guidance counselor.

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