Dual Enrollment - Steps to Success
Dual Enrollment applies to students in Grades 9-12 concurrently enrolling at Cuesta College while in high school. As of Fall 2015, Cuesta College offers two Dual Enrollment programs for high school students: Enrichment Program and CCAP Program. Dual Enrollment students may participate in both the Enrichment and CCAP Programs in a term.
High School Enrichment Program
The Enrichment Program is available to any high school student, who in the opinion of their school principal, would benefit from "advanced scholastic" or "vocational" college coursework offered at any Cuesta campus published in the online Class Finder schedule, which are open to the public and adult learners. Qualified students on their own accord, apply and register under the Enrichment Program.
Visit the High School Enrichment Program webpage for more detailed information and enrollment steps.
Challenge by Pupils in Grades 6-8
Students in grades 6-8 who are certified as "highly gifted" by their school district may request to attend Cuesta College concurrently. "Highly gifted pupil" means a gifted and talented pupil who has achieved a measured intelligence quotient of 150 or more points on
an assessment of intelligence administered by qualified personnel.
For information on Challenge by Pupils in Grades 6-8, contact Jeffery Alexander, Director
of Outreach and Enrollment Services:
⇒ Phone: (805) 546-3100, 2299
⇒ Email: email@example.com
Cuesta has partnered with school districts in San Luis Obispo County, under formal agreements, to schedule Cuesta courses on high school campuses during the regular school day. Established by Assembly Bill 288, Section 76004 of the Education Code, CCAP Track courses have additional enrollment and reporting requirements. Classes are closed to the public and only available to students who attend the high school. The admission and registration process for CCAP courses is administered by Cuesta staff in coordination with the high school school district.
CCAP courses not offered summer session.
All registration fees are waived.
CCAP course(s) are closed to public and scheduled on the
high school campus during regular school days.
- Course meetings and holidays follow the high school's calendar, not Cuesta.
Registration is processed by Cuesta staff.
Course drop deadlines vary by high school. We highly encourage students to speak with their instructor about drop deadlines.
Course materials and textbooks are provided by the high school.