filled out by the high school principal or designee and list the courses the student
wishes to take.
signed by the student, parent, and high school principal or designee.
submitted in-person at the time of enrollment.
Signed forms with no courses listed willnotbe accepted by the Admissions and Records Office. You can only enroll in the courses
listed on the form.
FERPA-Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
FERPA mandates that while minor high school students attend college, they are considered
regular college students, and the privacy of their educational records is protected.
Only the student has a right to their academic record. We will not release student
information to parents without the priorwritten consentof the student.
Helpful information by grade
In order to receive priority registration, graduating seniors should follow thenew studentsteps for enrollment.
Juniors and seniors
If you are entering the 11th or 12th grade, you may register for classes prior to
the first class session. Please see the calendar in back of the schedule of classes for registration dates. Bring the completedspecial admissions recommendation formto the Admissions and Records office to register in person. You must show a photo
You are limited to 11.9 units per semester.
Freshman and sophomores
If you are entering the 9th or 10th grade, you cannot preregister for classes. You must
attend the first class session and request the instructor’s signature on thespecial admissions recommendation form. Bring the form to the Admissions and Records office to register in person. You must
show a photo ID.
You are limited to two courses or seven units per semester.
Helpful information for all grades
Students should be aware of course prerequisite requirements as listed in the schedule
of classes and catalog. Prerequisites cannot be waived. Please review ourprerequisiteprocedure.
High school students are exempt from enrollment fees, but will be charged student
union and materials fees.
High school students who are classified as non-resident students for tuition purposes
may be eligible for the SB150 waiver of non-resident tuition while still in high school.
Students must be special admit part-time (11 units or less) students who currently
live in California and are attending high school in California. Students wishing
to take advantage of this exemption should complete aresidency reclassification form and attach a copy of high school transcripts showing current enrollment. Forms and
attachments should be submitted to the Admissions and Records Office.
Students who are not California residents will be charged nonresident enrollmentfees. Please note that AB540 status is not available to high school students (AB540 requires
high school graduation).