High School Students
Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Program
*Attention CCSF students*
Welcome to Summer and Fall 2020 semesters! We have learned a lot and are spending our summer training and developing new and improved remote experiences for you.
In order to protect the health and safety of everyone at CCSF:
- Summer 2020 will continue with all instruction and student services delivered online and remotely.
- Most Fall 2020 classes will be taught remotely through distance education. This means that you will be able to take most courses in Canvas. Certain courses that cannot be completed remotely will be held in-person following strict safety protocols. Registration is underway. To secure your classes, register now.
- Most student services will be conducted remotely for Fall 2020. There may be select areas that are absolutely necessary to provide limited in-person services, but these will be determined as we move closer to the Fall semester.
The COVID-19 situation is dynamic. As the public health situation allows, we will expand in-person instruction and student services during the Fall semester. However, if cases spike, we may need to scale back our in-person activities.
In order to keep you updated, we plan to release information
regularly. Our next update in mid-June will have some specificity
about the classes that are our top priority for in-person instruction.
Check the College’s
COVID-19 website for more information as it becomes
Information regarding Spring 2020 Grading Guidance.
Please scan and email documents to the appropriate email addresses in order for us to serve you best.
For questions or to request assistance please contact:
Concurrent & Dual High School Admission: firstname.lastname@example.org
Residency & Free City: email@example.com
Admissions & Records: firstname.lastname@example.org
Transcripts - outgoing: email@example.com (Order Transcript)
Domestic Transcript Evaluation: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration - adds, drops, withdrawals: email@example.com
Tuition & Fees & Enrollment Verifications: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure all documents being emailed are completely filled out with appropriate signatures and are readable and legible.
If your document requires a Counselor, Instructor or Department Chair signature, please email these forms to the appropriate people to gain signatures before emailing them to Admissions & Records. All college staff and instructors will be available via email. You can find contact information on our school website Employee Directory https://www.ccsf.edu/Info/Dir/
We will not be able to accept faxes during this closure.
We will not be accepting phone calls during this closure.
We apologize for any inconvenience during this time and we are committed to serving our students to the best of our abilities during this school campus closure.
Are you a high school or home schooled student interested in academic classes being offered at City College San Francisco? Whether your goal is to start out on a path for a successful career, get an early start on higher education, or earn high school and college credits simultaneously, CCSF has a wide variety of on-campus and off-campus programs, services, and activities to help you reach your educational goals.
Deadline for Dual/Concurrent High School documentation to be submitted:
Semester begins: June 8, 2020
Deadline Date to submit High School paperwork: June 3, 2020
Online Registration Date:on or after May 7, 2020
Semester begins: August 15, 2020
Deadline Date to submit High School paperwork: August 12, 2020
Online Registration Date:on or after May 29, 2020
California Education Law
- Under Education Code 48800, The governing board of a school district (a.k.a CCSF) may authorize High School pupils, upon recommendation of the principal of the pupil’s school of attendance, and with parental consent, to attend a community college during any session or term as special part-time or full-time students and to undertake one or more courses of instruction offered at the community college level.
- Under Education code 49061, The records of a student who is over the age of 18yrs OR enrolls/attends a community college (regardless of age) are deemed confidential. This means that under CA education law, college employees are not able to release educational records to parents/guardians unless the student completes and submits signed FERPA Release Consent Form to CCSF, Admissions and Records Office.
- Under Education code 76001.d, If approved by colllege official, High School Students can enroll in up to 11.99 college units. (Please note, students enrolled in more than 11.99 units in one semester are responsible for paying the entire cost of tuition/enrollment fees for that term.)
- Under Education code 76001.e, CCSF (the governing board) shall assign a low enrollment priority to special part-time or full-time students described in order to ensure that these students do not displace regularly admitted students.
Please visit our Transcript web page for information on obtaining your official or unofficial transcript: