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Outreach Office

Connecting Skyline College with Our Community

The Skyline College Outreach Office ensures that members of our local community, especially high school students and adult learners, stay informed about the resources available to them through Skyline College.

Our Outreach team meets the community where they are – in high school classrooms, at local events, in community organizations, and here on campus. We’re the face of Skyline College, and we want to make sure we empower people of all ages to meet their educational goals by enrolling at Skyline College.

Outreach Programs:

Concurrent enrollment students can start taking Skyline College classes as early as the ninth grade and earn both college and high school units at the same time; on top of that, college enrollment fees may be free to high school students who are California residents. In order to enroll at Skyline College, you'll need to follow the steps to enrollment on the concurrent enrollment web page.

Middle College is an alternative education program offered by the South San Francisco Unified School District in collaboration with Skyline College that provides high school students in 11th grade or higher with an exciting and challenging learning environment where they can take control of their own education, complete high school graduation, and begin accumulating college credits all on the Skyline College campus. Students interested in enrolling in Middle College should complete the Steps to Enrollment.

Graduating seniors participating in the Priority Enrollment Program receive priority registration dates at Skyline College for the summer and fall terms, which means PEP students have a higher chance of enrolling in their first-choice classes. Students participating in PEP can complete their enrollment steps, learn about Skyline College's programs and services and select their courses all before finishing their senior year in high school. Parents and guardians are more than welcome to attend in order to learn about great resources to support their student!

During PEP Day, students can expect to:

  • Take their placement test(s)
  • Participate in orientation
  • Meet with a counselor to help select and enroll in courses
  • Attend workshops geared towards helping students transition from high school to college
  • Learn about the academic programs, resources, and services at Skyline College

Note: Alternatively, you can attend one of our New Student Welcome Days   where you will be able to complete your enrollment steps within the same day.

Jump Start is a six-week summer program designed to help high school students with college potential upgrade their skills in English, math, critical thinking, and college success skills. Students will receive concurrent enrollment at Skyline College, receiving college credit for the courses they take when they complete the program. The program is held during the Summer; beginning June 20, 2016 and ending July 28, 2016.

Find more information on the Jump Start Webpage.

The Summer Scholars Institute is designed to provide entering Skyline College freshmen with a transformative college preparatory summer experience that will enable them to excel as college students and graduate and/or transfer on time.

During the Skyline College Summer Scholars Institute, students will complete credit-bearing college coursework and participate in activities designed to improve their academic skills, and accelerate their college adjustment.

Find more information on the Summer Scholars Institute Website.