FAST-Track Admission Process
FAST-Track Student Checklist
Speak with your High School Counselor
Meet with your high school counselor to determine your eligibility for online and seated dual credit courses and to schedule your courses. Ask your counselor what courses are available at your high school.
*Note: FastTrack is only currently only available at Ozark, Hollister, and Laquey High Schools. If you are an administrator and interested in FastTrack at your high school, please contact 417-447-8198.
Apply for Admission
Fill out the free application online.
Orientation will take approximately 15 minutes to watch the video. Learn more.
Directed self-placement is an alternative to timed placement tests like the ACT; it may be a more effective mechanism for placement in English, math and reading courses that are applicable to your experiences, interests and goals.
With the help of our Self-Placement Guidelines, it will be your responsibility to decide which English, math and reading courses are the best fit for you. It is important that you make an informed and wise choice about your placement.
Start by reviewing the guidelines below prior to registering in classes.
Your high school may have additional test requirements.
Complete the FastTrack Permission Form and Meet with an Advisor
Complete this form and stop by Student Services where you will be seen on a walk-in basis. Please indicate that you are a FastTrack student and bring your photo ID and signed form with you.