Summer/Enrichment Courses at the Community Colleges

  • Community Colleges offer many enrichment classes that are open to high school students to take. Each College may admit students to take college-level courses depending upon space. Concurrently enrolled students will be permitted to enroll in no more than six units or two classes per semester.
    If you are intending to take any math or English classes or any classes with a prerequisite in those two subjects, students will work with a representative from the assessment center counselor to complete guided self-placement to be able to register for the math or English class.  Please visit the specific Community College's website for the Assessment Center schedule.
    Our local Community Colleges that most students access are Chabot College and any of the Peralta Community Colleges (Laney, Merritt, College of Alameda, or Berkeley City College). For more information on the concurrent enrollment program and process please visit the links below and follow the steps. Students will need to meet with their counselor to complete the concurrent enrollment form.

Local Community Colleges

  • Chabot College- Concurrent Enrollment Program
  • Peralta Community Colleges- Concurrent Enrollment Process

UC Berkeley Extension

  • Concurrent Enrollment

    *SLUSD Counselors can email UC Berkeley Extension for more information if needed.

    Notes for enrollment in UC Berkeley Extension:

    As long as you have met the published prerequisites for a course, and you have followed the instructions on what to do before you apply, you may apply for concurrent enrollment. As a high school student, you should work with your high school counselor to allow sufficient time in your schedule for travel as well as class. Getting to and from campus can be very time consuming, and if you are driving a car, parking can be difficult. Public transportation is highly recommended to avoid parking issues.



    For other colleges, visit the college’s enrollment office for concurrent enrollment forms.