Cabrillo College Concurrent Enrollment



CONCURRENT CABRILLO COLLEGE ENROLLMENT POLICY


According to state law, no student enrolled in the SLVUSD Charter School may take any community college courses without their Guidance/Supervising Teacher and Program Manager/Lead Teacher and/or charter school administrator’s approval.

SLVUSD Charter School students will take no more than two classes at the local community college while taking no less than 20 non-community college credits with the above named school.

Continuing and newly enrolled families cannot be enrolled in our public charter school and another public school at the same time. California Education Code Section 47602(b) and Title 5, California Code of Regulations Section 11965(a) prohibit such "dual enrollment".

College courses taken will become a permanent part of a college transcript, as well as the high school transcript. Charter students will be enrolled in four high school courses at the same time they are enrolled in any community college classes

It is the family’s responsibility to go the college of choice, find out its rules, and get the proper paperwork to the Supervising Teacher for the appropriate signatures. The Supervising Teacher, Program Manager/Lead Teacher and/or charter school administration must approve the courses the student has signed-up for.


THE NEW AND IMPROVED CABRILLO COLLEGE CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT INFORMATION

Cabrillo College is pleased to introduce to you the new Concurrent Enrollment form that high school students will need to fill out in order to register for any Cabrillo course. They may register at either Aptos or Watsonville campus Admissions and Records Offices.

All students will still receive an email with their assigned registration date and time once they complete an application for admission and may bring their completed registration form to Cabrillo.




SUGGESTED COURSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS


CABRILLO COURSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS




ENROLLMENT SPECIFICS


Click  HERE  for your concurrent enrollment form



START WITH YOUR SUPERVISING TEACHER

Once you have downloaded the form, fill-in all the sections required. You must meet with your Guidance Teacher and decide what courses you are interested in enrolling before your supervising teacher will sign your release. This is critical, so come prepared.

1. Fill out the form with all of your information

2. Don't fill-in the course request sections with classes just yet

3. Your signature and your parents signature is required.

4. Bring the completed form to your Supervising Teacher for their signature and stamp.


NEXT STEPS - GO TO CABRILLO

Many students jump start their college education by enrolling at Cabrillo College while they are still in High School. High school students may attend classes at Cabrillo on a limited basis, with the permission of their high school. 

  • You can take an appropriate class that has available space (see below for Suggested Courses).
  • You can enroll in classes numbered 1-199. State law prohibits Cabrillo from offering Basic Skills classes (200 level classes) to high school students.
  • You need to Apply to Cabrillo and submit a signed Concurrect Enrollment Form (formerly High School Release Form) EACH TERM - (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer) before you can register. 
  • For some classes (like English or Math, or a Science class requiring Math) you have to take a placement test.  View the current Assessment Schedule and/or call the Assessment Office with questions at 479-6165 or 479-3516.


** Concurrently-enrolled High School students are considered NEW STUDENTS each term, for purposes of registration - even if you have taken courses previously at Cabrillo.  You MUST submit an application for enrollment and a Concurrent Enrollment form each term until you graduate from high school.



WAIVER OF TUITION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Cabrillo College is excited to be able to offer the waiver of tuition to encourage high school students to take advantage of this educational opportunity and appreciate you conveying information to them. If you have any further questions please contact Ed Greene, Admissions and Records Assistant Director at edgreene@cabrillo.edu or (831) 479-6213.

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