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Concurrent & Dual Enrollment

...earn college credit while still in high school!

Concurrent Enrollment

Dual Enrollment (Jumpstart)

High school and middle school students may enroll in college classes offered by West online or on West's campus.

Video: HS Concurrent Enrollment

High school students may enroll in college classes offered by West on their own high school campus.

This option is only available at select schools.

Enrollment Steps:

  1. Complete Admissions Application
  2. Submit "Supplemental Application" (Paper K-12 Form) to the Admissions Office
    • In Person: Student Services Building, 2nd Floor
  3. Login to your SIS Portal (instructions), check your assigned registration date, and enroll yourself in the class (video).

Enrollment Steps:

  1. Complete Admissions Application
  2. Submit "Supplemental Application" (Paper K-12 Form) to your high school's designated K-12 official
  3. Sign add sheet/cohort form
  4. Once all forms have been turned it, WLAC will enroll you in the class.

Need Support?

Visit the Learning Resource Center

Location: HLRC (Library), 1st Floor

Phone: (310) 287-4404

Need Support?

Contact the Outreach Office

Email: wlac-outreach@laccd.edu

Phone: (310) 287-4419


 To Apply and Enroll:

#1 Complete Admissions Application

 

#2 Submit "Supplemental Application"

  • ALL K-12 STUDENTS must complete a PAPER K-12 FORM, which must be signed by the student, a parent/guardian, and a K-12 official (e.g. high school counselor or principal).


Enrollment Policies  for K-12 students

West waives tuition for California residents enrolled in high school (maximum of 11 units per semester; 7 units during winter/summer intersessions). Students are, however, responsible for the cost of textbooks or materials. No financial aid is available to high school students.  

 

Please be advised that:

  1. Parent/guardians may not conduct transactions on behalf of the student. 
  2. All classes are college-level classes; not "high school-level". 
  3. All class recommendations should be made by the high school counselor or administrator. Only they can definitively state how/if West's classes are placed on the high school transcript.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I have an "Admissions High School Student" hold on my account?

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Class registration for high school students is limited to those classes recommended on the K-12 form. A new K-12 form is required every term and class registration is not permitted until this form is received. The Outreach Office does not manage these holds, please contact the Admissions Office for support.