Taking Classes While Still in High School - 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 Concurrent 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 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.
Check prerequisites before enrolling in a course
For English and Math:
See "Determining English and Math Placement at Cabrillo"