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High School Students

We are thrilled that you are considering Skyline College to pursue your higher education!

With over 100 degree and certificate programs to choose from, we’re sure that Skyline College has the program for you!

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Concurrent Enrollment:

If you are interested in receiving High School and College credit at the same time, you can sign up for Concurrent Enrollment.

Middle College:

Our Middle College program allows students to complete their last two years of high school at the Skyline College campus, while earning college credits to apply to a degree or certificate.

JumpStart Program:

Are you an upcoming 11th or 12th grader that needs to recover credits for high school? Join the JumpStart program to upgrade your Math & English skills, recover credits, and earn college credits over the summer.

Summer Scholars Institute:

Get a head start on college during the summer after you graduate from high school. The Summer Scholars Institute 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.

Priority Enrollment Program:

Graduating high school seniors participating in the Priority Enrollment Program (PEP) 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.

Transfer Degrees

If you want to start your education at Skyline College and then transfer to a 4-year college, our Associate Degrees for Transfer are a great way to guarantee entry into a variety of universities.

Career Programs

If you are interested in gaining technical skills to start your career, take a look at our Career Technical Education programs to get you started on the path to your dream job.


Take a look at look at the classes Skyline College currently offers and the ones the College will offer next semester using the WebSchedule tool.

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