Go to the website of the community college where you would like to take this class. Check the Schedule of Classes. Find the class that you identified on ASSIST.org (to ensure this class will transfer to the university you plan to attend). Look for days and times that would work with your schedule.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are planning to take a community college course during the school year (concurrent enrollment), it must be AFTER all of your classes at Prospect. Classes at the community college can NOT be used to substitute a class that is required for high school graduation, and any outside courses will not go on your high school transcript.
IMPORTANT: Community colleges require anyone under 18 years of age to get a concurrent enrollment form signed in order to take a college course. The form is obtained directly from the community college and MUST be signed by your guidance counselor.
For any courses that you plan to take outside of Prospect, be sure to submit the CUHSD Concurrent Enrollment Acknowledgement Form. (attached to this message)
Dual Enrollment Opportunities:Dual Enrollment is a program for Campbell Union High School District sophomores, juniors, and seniors where students can earn college credits and high school credits. Every 3-unit West Valley course gives up to 10 high school credits. These college courses are offered at Prospect High School and are free for Prospect students. All costs are covered, including the enrollment fees, books, and classroom materials.Students are required to sign up with their Guidance Counselor. After obtaining a West Valley College ID #, students will need to submit a Dual Enrollment Application Packet to their Guidance Counselor.The deadline to submit the application to your Guidance Counselor for Spring 2020 courses is December 6, 2019. The courses will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Spring 2020 courses begin on January 27 or January 28 and end on May 18 or May 19.Spring 2020 Courses Offered Include:Public Speaking, Mon/Wed at 2:45-4:10, Rm. 13
- This basic course emphasizes the basic principles of preparation, organization, research, outlining, delivery and evaluation of at least three extemporaneous oral speeches that are given in the physical presence of other listeners. It includes study of the process of communication, evaluating and utilizing evidence, principles of speech preparation and outline organization, management of communication apprehension, the role of the listener in public speaking, speech evaluation, rhetorical principles, and verbal and nonverbal delivery techniques.
Concurrent Enrollment Forms can be found here: