Start earning college credit as a high school student!

Are you a high school or home-schooled student interested in academic classes being offered at Skyline College? Start taking college level courses now and earn college credit that you can apply to your degree or certificate.

The College Connection Concurrent Enrollment Program is an enrichment program designed to provide current high school students, who are enrolled in the 9th grade or above, the opportunity to get an early start on their college education. Students will receive college credit for all coursework successfully completed while still in high school, and in some courses, you can earn both high school and college credits.

5 Steps to Concurrent Enrollment

Apply to Skyline College using a California Community Colleges OpenCCC account. OpenCCC is a service of the California Community Colleges Chancellors Office. The information in your account is kept private and secure.

Meet with your high school counselor for course recommendations, to discuss which courses are eligible for credit towards high school graduation, and to receive your counselor’s approval.

Fill out the College Connection Course Request Form with your counselor and obtained the required signature from the designated school official.

Concurrent Enrollment Request Form  

Once complete, the Course Request form can be uploaded to the Admissions and Records Office, through your WebSMART student portal. Make sure that the form is filled out completely and you have obtained all the required permissions to attend.

Completing the Concurrent Enrollment Form
Submitting the Concurrent Enrollment Form
For the upcoming Summer and Fall 2022 semesters, Cañada College, College of San Mateo and Skyline College are requiring all students to be vaccinated in order to take in-person courses and receive in-person services (Admissions and Records, Counseling, Library, Tutoring, etc.).

To register for in-person classes and receive in-person services, you must provide proof of vaccination or qualify for an exemption. If you do not provide proof of vaccination or if you are not approved for an exemption, you may only take online courses and receive virtual and remote support services.

See the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 policies

Have more questions about verifying your vaccination status? Check out our FAQ.  

Complete the vaccination documentation process by following instructions below:
  1. Log into Websmart and select the Student Services tab
  2. Click on the “COVID-19 Vaccination” link at the top of the page and select one of the options below:
  3. Select one of the following:
    • “Fully vaccinated”

      Enter requested vaccine information AND upload a digital copy (jpeg, tiff, or pdf) of vaccination card or California digital vaccination record. International students should provide documentation that is translated into English.

      Full vaccination is defined as 2 weeks (14 days) post completing a COVID-19 vaccination series (2 doses for Pfizer and Moderna OR single dose Johnson & Johnson Janssen). You may submit documentation once dose(s) have been completed and prior to the 14-day elapse time. International students qualify as vaccinated if they have obtained any World Health Organization (WHO) approved COVID-19 vaccine.

    • “Request a Medical Exemption”

      If you are seeking a Medical Exemption, complete the following form prior to attesting in Websmart: Medical Exemption Form: English   Mandarin   Spanish   Tagalog  

      Only active licensed Medical Providers (Medical Doctor – M.D. or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine – D.O.) can provide exemption documentation.

    • “Request a Religious Exemption”

      If you are seeking a Religious Exemption, complete the following form prior to attesting in Websmart: Religious Exemption Form: English   Mandarin   Spanish   Tagalog  

      Notes:

      Upload fully completed forms and any supporting documents. Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed.

      Approved medical and religious exemption individuals will be required to perform weekly COVID-19 testing and wear face coverings while indoors in campus buildings.

    • “Will not be Vaccinated/Decline to State/Not yet fully Vaccinated”

      If you choose not to be vaccinated, decline to state, or are not yet fully vaccinated**, you will be restricted to only register for online courses and receive virtual and remote support services. You may not access any campus building or engage in any in person activities associated with the San Mateo County Community College District.

Do I have to complete assessment?

There are multiple assessments to help you measure your success in your first English/ Math, Economics, and/or Chemistry courses here at Skyline College. Please start with completing the High School English/Math Placement Request Form.

Once your Course Request Form has been approved, you will receive an email containing information regarding the registration process and when to register for classes. You can also view your registration date on your WebSMART account.