Planning for College
Use the various links to help you and your student begin planning for college. If you have any questions about the material on these pages, please see your student's counselor or visit Ms. Matthews.
UC and CSU a-g Subject Requirements
a. History/Social Science 2 3 b. English 4 4 c. Math 3 4 d. Laboratory Science 2 3 e. Foreign Language 2 3 f. Visual/Performing Art 1 1 g. College Prep Elective 1 2 or moreStudents must earn a "C" or better each semester in all college prep courses to fulfill a-g subject requirements.Minimum GPA for admissionUC: 3.0CSU: 2.0SAT and/or ACT test required as well
CA Community Colleges
Here are some of the Community Colleges located in our surrounding area:For a full listing of all 112 California Community College click Here
California State Universities
How do I get into Community College?
California community colleges are required to admit any California resident possessing a high school diploma or equivalent. Additionally, California community colleges may admit any nonresident possessing a high school diploma or equivalent or anyone (resident or nonresident) over the age of 18 without a high school diploma or equivalent who, in the judgment of the board, is capable of profiting from the instruction offered.
Community colleges may admit minors who do not hold high school diplomas, or equivalent, to its credit courses as special part-time or special full-time students.
Most community colleges have established requirements for K-12th grade concurrently enrolled students.
Interested students should contact the college's admission office.