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Concurrent Enrollment for K-12 students

...earn college credit while still in high school

 

Please complete the following TWO items:

#1 SUBMIT ADMISSIONS APPLICATION

  • If you ARE AGE 13 OR OLDER as of the first day of the semester or session in which you wish to enroll in classes, then submit this ONLINE Application for Admission
  • If you ARE AGE 12 OR YOUNGER as of the first day of the semester or session in which you wish to enroll in classes, then submit this PAPER Application for Admissions to the Admissions Office in the Student Services Building (SSB), 2nd Floor

 

#2 SUBMIT "SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATON"

  • If you are taking a WLAC class, please submit a PAPER K-12 FORM: It must be signed by the student, parent/guardian, and K-12 official (e.g. high school counselor).  Please submit the application in-person at admissions on the second floor of the Student Services Building (SSB) or by mail at West Los Angeles College, Admissions - SSB | 9000 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230.

Once you submit your supplemental application, please allow three to four days for processing. Three to four days after submitting the form, we will email you to let you know that we have processed your form or we will provide the reason why we could not.  Once you receive the confirmation email that we have processed your form, you are ready to register for classes at www.WLAC.edu subject to the K-12 enrollment policies described below.

For in-person assistance with completing the required forms, K-12 students and their parents are recommended to visit the Learning Center on the 1st floor of the library building (HLRC). The hours for the Learning Center are:

Fall & Spring: Monday-Thursday 9am-7pm & Fridays 9am-1pm
Winter & Summer: Monday-Thursday 9am-5:30pm & Fridays 9am-1pm

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.