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 Strategic Partnerships and Workforce Development Division under the leadership of Dean, Andrea Vizenor works closely with high schools to develop robust partnerships in service of students and increasing access to college. The goals of the program are to provide 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, improve high school graduation rates, and assist high school pupils to achieve college and career readiness.

Dual enrollment courses are currently available to students at Gateway Public Schools, Jefferson Union High School District, San Mateo Union High School District, Sequoia Union High School District and South San Francisco Unified School District. Talk to your high school counselor about enrolling in one of the courses below.

Aragon High School

  • Biotechnology
    • BTEC 170: Principles of Applied Bioscience
    • BTEC 171: Laboratory Principles of Applied Bioscience
    • BTEC 400: Foundations of Biotechnology
  • Business
    • BUS 100: Introduction to Business
    • BUS 161: Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurship
  • Gateway to Health Careers
    • HSCI 180: Gateway to Health Careers

Capuchino High School

  • Business
    • BUS 100: Introduction to Business
    • BUS 161: Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurship
  • College Readiness & Success
    • COUN 655.1: Hermanos and Hermanas Seminar - College Success Factors
    • COUN 655.2: Hermanos and Hermanas Seminar - Transition to College
  • Gateway to Health Careers
    • HSCI 180: Gateway to Health Careers
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 101: Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 120: Sanitation Practices in the Hospitality Industry
    • HTM 124: Excellence in Service
    • HTM 125: Restaurant and Banquet Operations
  • Network Engineering Technology
    • NETX 400: Intro to Local Area Network
    • NETX 443: Introduction to Linux Administration

Hillsdale High School

  • Business
    • BUS 100: Introduction to Business
    • BUS 161: Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurship
  • Gateway to Health Careers
    • HSCI 180: Gateway to Health Careers
  • General Psychology
    • PSYC 100: General Psychology

Mills High School

  • Business
    • BUS 100: Introduction to Business
    • BUS 161: Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurship
  • Biotechnology
    • BTEC 400: Foundations of Biotechnology
  • Business
    • BUS 100: Introduction to Business
    • BUS 161: Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurship
  • Careers
    • CRER 137: Life and Career Planning
  • College Readiness & Success
    • COUN 100: College Success
  • Gateway to Health Careers
    • HSCI 180: Gateway to Health Careers
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 101: Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 120: Sanitation Practices in the Hospitality Industry
    • HTM 124: Excellence in Guest Service
    • HTM 125: Restaurant and Banquet Operations

San Mateo High School

  • Business
    • BUS 100: Introduction to Business
    • BUS 161: Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurship
  • Biotechnology
    • BTEC 170: Principles of Applied Bioscience
    • BTEC 171: Laboratory Principles of Applied Bioscience
    • BTEC 400: Foundations of Biotechnology
    • BTEC 480: Biotechnology Project I
    • BTEC 484: Biotechnology Research Project I
  • Gateway to Health Careers
    • HSCI 180: Gateway to Health Careers
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 101: Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 120: Sanitation Practices in the Hospitality Industry
    • HTM 124: Excellence in Guest Service
    • HTM 125: Restaurant and Banquet Operations

Carlmont High School

  • Biotechnology
    • BTEC 170: Principles of Applied Bioscience
    • BTEC 171: Laboratory Principles of Applied Bioscience
    • BTEC 400: Foundations of Biotechnology
    • BTEC 480: Biotechnology Project I
    • BTEC 484: Biotechnology Research Project I

Redwood High School

  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 124: Excellence in Guest Service

Woodside High School

  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 124: Excellence in Guest Service
    • HTM 125: Restaurant and Banquet Operations

Baden High School

  • Business
    • BUS 161: Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurship

El Camino High School

  • Automotive Technology / Transportation
    • AUTO 509.1: Automotive Fundamentals for High School I
    • AUTO 509.2: Automotive Fundamentals for High School II
  • Biotechnology
    • BTEC 170: Principles of Applied Bioscience
    • BTEC 171: Laboratory Principles of Applied Bioscience
    • BTEC 400:Foundations of Biotechnology
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 101: Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 120: Sanitation Practices in the Hospitality Industry
    • HTM 125: Restaurant and Banquet Operations
  • Art
    • ART 351: Black and White Photography I
    • ART 352: Black and White Photography II
    • ART 354: Digital Photography I
    • ART 431: Digital Imaging: Photoshop

South San Francisco High School

  • Art
    • ART 351: Black and White Photography I
    • ART 352: Black and White Photography I
    • ART 354: Digital Photography I
    • ART 431: Digital Imaging: Photoshop
  • Biotechnology
    • BTEC 170: Principles of Applied Bioscience
    • BTEC 171: Laboratory Principles of Applied Bioscience
    • BTEC 400: Foundations of Biotechnology
    • BTEC 480: Biotechnology Project I
    • BTEC 484: Biotechnology Research Project I
  • College Readiness & Success
    • COUN 655.1: Hermanos and Hermanas Seminar - College Success Factors
    • COUN 655.2: Hermanos and Hermanas Seminar - Transition to College
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 101: Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • HTM 120: Sanitation Practices in the Hospitality Industry
    • HTM 125: Restaurant and Banquet Operations

 

4 Steps to Dual Enrollment

Please complete this College Connection Course Request Form for Fall 2021.

Please complete this College Connection Course Request Form for Spring 2022.

Note: The above form requires your parent/guardian signature before you click "Submit Form" for official submission.

The Dual Enrollment Team will visit the student’s class and walk through applying to Skyline College using a California Community Colleges OpenCCC account. OpenCCC is a service of the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office. The information in your account is kept private and secure.

Students will activate their SMCCD One-Login Portal Account. Once activated, students log into their WebSMART student portal to upload the College Connection Course Request Form. The Admissions and Records Office will receive it for approval.

Each student is assigned a registration date upon approval of their uploaded College Connection Course Request Form. Students log back into their WebSMART account and officially register for the dual enrollment class(es).

Questions?

For more information, please contact Linda Truong at truongl@smccd.edu, Elizabeth Tablan at tablanelizabeth@smccd.edu or Terrence Jiang at jiangt@smccd.edu.

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Linda Truong
Program Services Coordinator
truongl@smccd.edu

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Elizabeth Tablan
Program Services Coordinator
tablanelizabeth@smccd.edu

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Terrence Jiang
Program Services Coordinator
jiangt@smccd.edu