This OC Pathways booklet on High School Dual Enrollment was just shared through CLPs Basecamp. This booklet is designed to help high school administrators with the process of connecting dual enrollment to UC requirements. It nicely synthesizes the information available. OC also created a dual enrollment guidebook for their region that we shared with you (Orange County Dual Enrollment Handbook - Building and Scaling Effective Practices for Leadership and Implementation Teams).
Orange County is doing amazing work! I'll be adding this link to the resources that are available on dualenrollment.baccc.net under Highlight on Best Practices.
OC Pathways just created this booklet
on High School Dual Enrollment to help high school administrators with the process.
The booklet highlights these important points:
- Any UC-transferable Community College Course that fall within the A-G subject areas can be taken by a high school student for UC A-G Credit.
- California high schools cannot add California community college courses to their UC approved A-G Course List, even though instruction may happen on the high school campus with a high school instructor.
- UC-transferable college courses that fall within the A-G subject areas, including those completed through dual enrollment, will earn an extra point in the UC freshman admission GPA calculation - within our maximum honors points limitations - if completed with a letter grade of C or better. Refer to the Quick Reference Guide to UC Admissions for more information about honors points and the GPA calculation.
- Note: one college course earns one grade and one honors point in the GPA calculation, even though the single course may meet one year of a high school subject requirement.
- Students who are offered admission to UC will be required to submit an official college transcript for all college courses completed, including courses completed through a dual enrollment program. This is in addition to the final official high school transcript.
- The high school, not UC, decides what to include on the high school transcript. However, even if dual enrollment courses are reported on the high school transcript, students are still required to submit an official college transcript for their college coursework.
Thank you to Dr. David Foster, K12 Pathway Coordinator, California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office, for sharing the booklet and providing the highlights.
Mallory J. Stevens, EdD | Pathways Support Consultant
Bay Region | Hosted by Contra Costa Community College District (4CD)
Check out the dual enrollment resources available on: http://dualenrollment.baccc.net/
Join the Bay Region Dual Enrollment Exchange series! We will meeting on the first Friday of the month from 10-11:30am through June 2021. Zoom:
You can find a running agenda and past meeting recordings here <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1p9HQIPNYdi35Lr32YXwNct3XTA4FQefAtSWgDJUV608/edit
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