Each pre-college student wishing to enroll in a course in this division (Mathematics, Computer Science, and Engineering) must submit appropriate supporting documents.
All students must present the following documentation to be considered for approval:
Students in grade 10 or lower may be eligible to enroll in advanced courses, but must qualify based on the placement test or completion of prior college courses. They must submit additional documentation and obtain the approval of the Dean of the Division. Approval will not be granted for enrollment in courses at the pre-algebra or basic algebra level (MATH 12, 23, 40). The following additional documents must be submitted:
Students given division approval are not guaranteed a seat in class, as registration priority is given to college students. Many sections will be fully enrolled with full waiting lists by the time pre-college students are permitted to register.
Grade 11 and 12 students do not ordinarily require approval from the Division Dean.
All requests for action by the Division Dean must include contact information: phone number, e-mail address and postal address. Ordinarily, action will be taken within one week of submission. When registration for high school students is open, actions are normally taken within one working day. The student is responsible for submitting all documents to the Admissions and Records Office and for completing registration in the class section.
Parents should plan on making appropriate transportation arrangements for their children
to safely arrive on the El Camino campus. Parents or other family members are not
permitted to attend classes with their students.
Mathematical Sciences Division
MBA Building, Room 130
(310) 660-3593 x3200
Students with questions about the procedures may speak with an Assistant to the Dean.
Admission & Records
Student Services, First Floor Lobby
(310) 660-3593 x3414
Assessment & Placement
Student Services, Warrior Welcome Center
(310) 660-3593 x3405
Student Services, Room 150
El Camino Community Education
(310) 660-3593 x6460
Students and parents may wish to explore El Camino College’s Community Education "College for Youth" program for grade-level enrichment opportunities.