High School Students

Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Program

 Spring/Summer/Fall 2018

Are you a high school or home schooled student interested in academic classes being offered at City College San Francisco?  Whether your goal is to start out on a path for a successful career, get an early start on higher education, or earn high school and college credits simotaneously, CCSF has a wide variety of on-campus and off-campus programs, services, and activities to help you reach your educational goals.

Have completed a minimum of 120 high school credits
Attended CCSF Summer 17', Fall 17' or Spring 18' and want to enroll for Summer or Fall 18'

Admissions Regulations

•     High school and home-schooled students are authorized to select a maximum of two (2) classes for Fall and Spring semesters.  Summer semester is a short session, and high school students are limited to no more than a two (2) classes total.

•    High school students are exempt from paying the California Community College Enrollment Fee of $46 per unit.  High school students are also exempt from paying the student health fee, student activities fee and student representation fee.

•     A student must have completed 120 high school credits to be admitted to the Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Program at CCSF.

•     Official High School transcript is required to be submitted along with the Permission/Consent form.

•     Once the Permission/Consent Form is received and approved the student can then register via Web4 for up to two (2) of the courses listed on the Permission/Consent Form.

•     High School students are not allowed to enroll in Physical Education/Dance courses.

•     Participation in Orientation and Counseling is strongly encouraged.

•     High School students are required to meet all prerequisites for a course before registration.

•     Placement testing may be required for most courses before registering for the class. Placement testing schedule can be found at http://www.ccsf.edu/en/future-students/Future_credit_students/take_a_placementtest.html#schedule.

•     CCSF cannot guarantee enrollment, therefore, please indicate a first, second, third or fourth choice for course selection on the High School Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Permission/Consent Form.

Student Records

• Grades earned become permanent on college records and are reflected on the college transcript. They cannot be removed and will be used to calculate cumulative CCSF Grade Point Average (GPA).

• Parents and guardians should not contact the instructors for information on a student’s progress.

• The college record for any student falls under the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), even when that student is under the age of 18 and attending college through a high school program. Only the student or a person with a written and signed release may access the student’s record. This includes registration information, schedules, grades, units, etc. To complete a FERPA release, please go to:

http://www.ccsf.edu/dam/ccsf/documents/admissions/forms/Ferpa_Release_Form_Version-3.pdf

Student Resposibilities

• Students are responsible for being aware of add and drop deadlines, and are responsible for dropping classes on time; please refer to the online schedule at www.ccsf.edu/Schedule, under Important Dates for drop deadlines.

• Students are responsible for activating and checking their CCSF email. All CCSF correspondence will be sent to this email. Activate your CCSF email by logging-in to your Web4 account under Personal Information and click on “Student CCSFmail”.

• The community college is an adult learning environment and reflects a diverse community of learners. Discussion topics and course materials are designed for adult students and may not be appropriate for younger students. Course content will not be changed to accommodate minors. Students are required to act as responsible and ethical members of the campus community; please refer to Student Code of Conduct to find out relevant information.

• Students are responsible for books and materials. Students are expected to be aware of assignment deadlines, course materials and other information provided by the instructor.

• Parking on all campuses requires a parking permit (daily/semester). Street parking may be available. Several Muni/BART lines are open to all the campuses as well.

• CCSF Student ID cards can be obtained at Smith Hall Room 118 on Ocean Campus or any Center Location after you have successfully registered for at least one class for the current semester.

 

Deadline for Dual/Concurrent High School documentation to be submitted:

Spring 2018:

Deadline Date: December 08th, 2017 by 4:00 p.m

Registration Date: December 19th, 2017 

 

Summer 2018

Deadline Date: June 1st, 2018 by 4:00 pm

Registration Date: May 2nd, 2018 

 

Fall 2018:

Deadline Date: August 10th, 2018 by 4:00 p.m

Registration Date: June 6th, 2018 

 

California Education Law

  • Under Education Code 48800, The governing board of a school district (a.k.a CCSF) may authorize High School pupils, upon recommendation of the principal of the pupil’s school of attendance, and with parental consent, to attend a community college during any session or term as special part-time or full-time students and to undertake one or more courses of instruction offered at the community college level.
 
  • Under Education code 49061, The records of a student who is over the age of 18yrs OR enrolls/attends a community college (regardless of age) are deemed confidential. This means that under CA education law, college employees are not able to release educational records to parents/guardians unless the student completes and submits signed FERPA Release Consent Form to CCSF, Admissions and Records Office. 
 
  • Under Education code 76001.d, If approved by colllege official, High School Students can enroll in up to 11.99 college units. (Please note, students enrolled in more than 11.99 units in one semester are responsible for paying the entire cost of tuition/enrollment fees for that term.)
 
  • Under Education code 76001.e, CCSF (the governing board) shall assign a low enrollment priority to special part-time or full-time students described in order to ensure that these students do not displace regularly admitted students.