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Dual Enrollment FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

ABB 288/AB 288 Holden - California Assembly Bill that codifies the process of designing and implementing dual enrollment agreements between California Community Colleges and local high school districts

The process of obtaining both a valid California Community College ID #, and local community College D # needed students to enroll in college classes

When the word "articulation" is used in education, it often has different meanings and connotations, depending on the setting. Articulation, for our purposes, refers specifically to course articulation--that is, the process of developing a formal, written agreement that identifies courses (or sequences of courses) on a "sending" campus (the LAUSD High School) that are comparable to, or acceptable in lieu of specific course requirements at a "receiving" campus (LAHC). Successful completion of an articulated course assures the student and the faculty that the student has taken the appropriate course, received the necessary instruction and preparation, and that similar outcomes can be assured, enabling progression to the next level of instruction at the receiving institution. From the Handbook for California Articulation-Policies and Procedures

As defined in Ed Code and the CA Community College Chancellor's Office (CCCCO), CCAP refers to specific agreements that are entered into between a community college and its feeder high schools to provide a defined, selection of coursework to a student cohort while the students are enrolled in high schools

College coursework/workshops provided for a fee,

Dual Enrollment is the term used to identify the process of enrolling students in college coursework while they are still enrolled in middle school/high school.

The term used to identify schools in a local school district, i.e. Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), that by formalized, legislated design (The Thompson Bill, Senate Bill 1537; 1994/ The Carter Bill, Assembly Bill 174; 2009) supply a two or four-year school of higher education, i.e. Los Angeles Harbor College and/or California State College Dominguez Hills, with students

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99; U.S. Department of Education - Laws & Guidance GENERAL Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
 is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.

FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children's education records. However, these rights transfer to the student when he or she attends a school beyond the high school level and those schools must have written permission from eligible student in order to release any information from a student's education record.
In compliance with this FERPA regulation, LAHC includes the FERPA Wavier Form in its Enrollment Paperwork Package to allow the release of specific information - class enrollment information, class rosters, grades awarded - to the middle or high school administration where the student is also enrolled.

The K-12 is the form used by the Admissions and Records Office to enroll existing middle school and high school students; all dual enrollment students must complete this form;

The package consists of the forms needed to enroll into LAHC classes, consisting of K12 form, FERPA Wavier, Photo/Video Wavier, School Verification Form, and Student English & Math Transcripts

For dual enrollment students, the process whereby a student completes the enrollment paperwork package, and is placed into an LAHC class and on the class roster

This is the first step in the application process.  It is the on-line site where a new student starts the application process and secures the CA Community College State Id# necessary to enroll in community college; the first step in the application process

After the completion of the CCC Apply application, you will be directed to the on-line application site where a new student completes the application process for an LAHC Id#, which the student receives via email in 24-48 hours.  After completing the Open CCC Apply process, the system will take the student directly to the LAH application site; the second step in the application process

This waiver is part of the enrollment paperwork package, this form allows LAHC to take photos and/or video of classroom interaction.  It is on the backside of the K-12 form. 

The School Verification Form is a form used to confirm the middle school or high school the dual enrollment student is currently attending. 

At times the most current middle or high school student transcript will be requested for a counselor to review grades in these subjects, which may be used in determining student eligibility for certain coursework. 

If you are an Independent Dual Enrollment student, meaning you are not taking a class at one of our feeder middle school or high school and you are taking the class on your own, yes, any supplies needed for the course, are the student's responsibility.  

OER - Open Educational Resource - Some courses offer OER - Zero Cost books. 

CCAP Students @ LAUSD Partner Schools - Arrangements have been made between the schools for your courses materials. 

Yes!   During the Fall and Spring Semesters, students may not take more than 11 units. During the Winter and Summer sessions, students can connect exceed 9 units.  If students take more than 11/9 units, the student will be responsible for all tuition cost.