What is Dual Enrollment?

Skyline College’s Dual Enrollment Program focuses on providing high school students who may not already be college bound or who are underrepresented in higher education the opportunity to earn high school and college level credit at no financial cost to them. The goals of the program high touch points to develop seamless pathways from high school to community college for career technical education or preparation for transfer to four year universities, improving high school graduation rates, and assisting high school pupils to achieve college and career readiness. Dual enrollment courses are currently available to students at Jefferson Union High School District, South San Francisco Unified High School District, San Mateo High School District and Sequoia Union High School District. Talk to your high school counselor about enrolling in one of the courses below.

Jefferson Union High School District

Jefferson High School

  • Pathway: Network Engineering Technology
    • Course: NETX 400, Intro to Local Area Network

Oceana High School

  • Pathway: Child Development & Teacher Track / Education, Child Development and Family Services
    • Courses: ECE 210, Early Childhood Principles; ECE 212, Child, Family and Community

Terra Nova High School

  • Pathway: Automotive Technology / Transportation
    • Course: AUTO 509.1, Automotive Fundamentals for High School I
  • Pathway: World Languages
    • Course: ASL 100, American Sign Language I

Westmoor High School

  • Pathway: World Languages
    • Courses: ARBC 111, Elementary Arabic I; FILI 110, Elementary Filipino

Thornton High School

  • Pathway: College Readiness & Success
    • Courses: COUN 101, Prep for College; COUN 102, Student Success Strategies

South San Francisco Unified School District

Baden Alternative High School

  • Pathway: College Readiness and Success
    • Course: COUN 101, Prep for College

South San Francisco High School

  • Pathway: Automotive Technology / Transportation
    • Course: AUTO 509.1, Automotive Fundamentals for High School I

El Camino High School   

  • Pathway: Automotive Technology / Transportation
    • Course: AUTO 509.1, Automotive Fundamentals for High School I

San Mateo High School District

Capuchino High School

  • Pathway: Network Engineering Technology
    • Course: NETX 400, Intro to Local Area Network
  • Pathway: Life and Career Planning
    • Course: CRER 137, Life and Career Planing

Mills High School

  • Pathway: Gateway to Health Careers
    • Course: HSCI 180, Gateway to Health Careers
  • Pathway: Business
    • Course: BUS 100, Introduction to Business
  • Pathway: Emergency Medical Responder
    • Course: EMC 400, Emergency Medical Responder

Hillsdale High School

  • Pathway: General Psychology
    • Course: PSYC 100, General Psychology

Sequoia Union High School District

Carlmont High

  • Pathway: Biotechnology
    • Course: BTEC 480, Biotechnology Project I