Dual Enrollment Classes- ONLINE

What is Dual Enrollment?

Dual enrollment, sometimes called concurrent enrollment, is a program that allows high school students (usually sophomores, juniors, and seniors) to enroll in college courses for credit prior to high school graduation.

Click Here for the Fall 2021 College Class Schedule

 

Who may enroll?

  • Any high school student with counselor approval

 

Fees... FREE! 

Pros

  • Earn college credit as long as you pass the class

  • It's a college class. Experience what a college class will feel like

  • Free college credit!
     

Cons

  • Time commitment. Classes are after-school so you might have to give up an extracurricular you like if schedule conflicts

  • It's a college class. Courses might be more difficult.
     

How to sign up?

Steps to taking a Dual Enrollment Course: 

  1. Complete the Interest Form Fall 2021 College Class Interest

    • **Completion of Interest Form does not ​guarantee you are in the class. 

  2. An email will be sent to your email address provided with directions on registering into the course(s) after the Interest Form is completed.

    • Be sure to complete the Registration Form sent to your email promptly as space is limited and is a first come first served basis​

  3. You will need to apply to the Community College offering the course 

    • To apply to East Los Angeles College Click Here

    • ***Please note: you will be provided a confirmation # after your application is complete. Write it down and provide it to Mrs. Serrano at the time your Registration Form is complete. 

  4. Any questions please make a virtual appointment with Mrs. Serrano at https://mrsserrano.youcanbook.me or send an email to serrano_paulina@ausd.us with your full name and School ID #.

    

 

 

 

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are dual enrollment classes? Dual enrollment, sometimes called concurrent enrollment, is a program that allows high school students (usually sophomores, juniors, and seniors) to enroll in college courses.

Will I get high school credit on top of college credit?  No

Does attendance matter? Yes, THREE (3) unexcused absences may result in a lower grade or a fail (D/F) grade.

What happens if I drop this class after the drop deadline?
You will get an F on your high school transcript. If you drop the class by the college’s Withdraw deadline, you will get a W. If you drop the class by the deadline indicated on the flyer will not affect your college transcript.