HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
El Camino College Board Policy 5010 allows concurrent enrollment only to students who have successfully completed the 10th grade or to students who are currently enrolled in 11th or 12th grade. A student in K-10 may be admitted for attendance under very limited circumstances as identified by the District. In addition, enrollment fees are waived for California residents. Non-residents, out-of-country and out-of-state students will pay the appropriate tuition.
El Camino College will admit qualified 11th-12th grade students who have the ability to benefit by enrolling concurrently in college classes while still in high school. By law, El Camino College may restrict K-12 enrollment based on any of the following: age, grade, academic preparation, seat availability or registration priority.
El Camino College will grant college credit for completed coursework. Students should consult their high school counselor and/or school district policy on enrolling in college classes to earn high school credits or dual credit.
Applying to El Camino College does not guarantee a seat in a class. Registration priority is given to continuing students first, followed by new and returning students, and then K-12 students. K-12 Students must go through the application process each semester that they are enrolled as a concurrently enrolled student.
Steps for Concurrent Enrollment
Click the button below to download the Concurrent Enrollment Application, and follow the steps in the links below, either for 11th-12th grade students or 9th-10th grade students. NOTE: Students are considered to be in 11th grade when enrolling for the summer following 10th grade.
9th-10th Grade Concurrent Enrollment Restrictions
Visit the 9th-10th Grade Concurrent Enrollment Restrictions page for a list of restrictions for 9th-10th graders by division, and for a list of division office phone numbers.
Outreach and School Relations
Michelle Arthur (Director, Dual Enrollment)
Admissions and Records
Student Services Center, Room 101
Assessment and Testing
Student Services Center, Room 217