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Dual Enrollment at Your High School

El Camino College offers Dual Enrollment opportunities at 20 local high school campuses! These are college-level courses allow students to earn both high school and college credit by completing a class. Enrollment fees along with textbooks/materials fees are waived for classes offered in partnership with your high school.

Eligibility

To be eligible, students must be currently enrolled at the eligible high school and complete the steps below. View our Frequently Asked Questions page for complete details.

Steps for Dual Enrollment at Your High School

Download the guide with Steps for Dual Enrolling in high school partnership classes at your high school, as well as the Dual Enrollment Application.

K-12 students must first apply for admission to El Camino College for the term they wish to begin dual enrolling in classes.

Help to Submit Application for Admission

Completing the application is only done once unless a student does not enroll in classes for consecutive fall and spring terms. For more information, please view this info sheet.

K-12 students participating in high school partnership classes offered by their high school do not register for classes in MyECC; they will be manually registered into their class sections by Admissions & Records Office staff before the start of the term.

High School Partners

El Camino College has Dual Enrollment partnerships with the following high schools:

City Honors, Da Vinci Communications, Da Vinci Design, Da Vinci Extension, Da Vinci Science, El Segundo, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Junipero Serra, Lawndale, Lennox Academy, Leuzinger, Lloyde, Morningside, North, Redondo Union, South, Torrance, West, and WISH Academy.

El Camino also hosts the South Bay Regional Explorer Academy in partnership with local police departments.

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Dual Enrollment