My oldest did two years of dual enrollment only in high school.
- Every high school is different as to how they count your college gpa in with high school grades if at all - for us the info is included directly in the high school program of studies but you can as your guidance counselor about that if needed - do not go by what someone at another school says.
2 even if the grade is on your high school transcript most colleges will still want the official college transcript sent to them. They will decide if they will give credit or how they count the class but if you want to take it again you would need to talk to them. Usually if the grade is below x it doesn’t count.
3 in general unless you go from a community college into a state school only credits transfer not gpa. However when you apply to school beyond the bachelor’s program you will once again need to submit all college transcripts which include college classes taken during high school which they can and most likely will count including medical school ’
For my daughter her high school transcript did give the college class subject and grade but she still needed to submit the actual college transripts. She had to order an official transcipt to submit signed/sealed to her high school guidance counselor to put on naviance for most schools even though her gc had a way to access it. By the time she was finished with her final class she had already matriculated and send it directly to the school.
You would need to ask your high school for its rules but at our high school all grades count just the same as if you got a bad grade in a high school class it would still count.