Taking Classes While Still in High School - Dual Enrollment (formerly "Concurrent Enrollment")
Many students jumpstart 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.
See Dual Enrollment Facts (COMING SOON - check back)
- 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 Dual 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.
** Dual/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.
Check prerequisites before enrolling in a course
For English and Math:
See "Determining English and Math Placement at Cabrillo"