High School Programs

Diablo Valley College offers a variety of programs for high school students. If you are interested in enrolling into a DVC course while you are in high school, we encourage you to explore the opportunities available in the links below. If you are interested in learning more about how to prepare to transition to college after graduating from high school, please visit our DVC TRIO Programs page.

Dual Enrollment
Dual enrollment allows high school students to take college classes, at no additional cost, while they are still enrolled in high school.

Dual enrollment allows high school students to take college classes, at no additional cost, while they are still enrolled in high school. These classes count for both high school and college credit.

Students must be a part of the listed school district and follow the programs application process to enroll in a Dual Enrollment program. 

Mount Diablo Unified School District Programs

San Ramon Valley Unified School District Programs

College Connect

Please contact Jessica Coulson (jcoulson@srvusd.net).

Steps to enroll for dual enrollment students

Concurrent Enrollment
Concurrent enrollment courses are open to all high school students from any school district.

Concurrent enrollment courses such as the Career Academies are open to all high school students from any school district. You choose what classes you take, up to 11 units. Zero enrollment fees, but student union and materials fees still apply.

Meet with your high school counselor to discuss which DVC course is the best fit for you. Once you've spoken to your counselor, follow the Concurrent Enrollment registration steps.

For more information on Career Academies, please email Noelle Palmer or call 925-969-2359.

Articulated Courses
Articulated high school courses allow high school students to receive college grades and units on a college transcript for their high school course.

An articulated high school course allows high school students to receive college grades and units on a college transcript for their high school course. The credit appears on a student’s college transcript as “Credit by Exam” and the exam grade is the transcript college grade.

Learn more about Articulated Courses

For more information on Career Academies, please email Noelle Palmer or call 925-969-2359.

 


Contact Us

Ada Ocampo
Manager of Early College Experiences and Student Engagement 
aocampo@dvc.edu