Early College Programs
Early College Programs provide eligible high school students the opportunity to earn college credit that can be applied towards certificates, associate degrees and/or transfer requirements to a four-year college/university.
Types of Early College Opportunities
The Dual Enrollment Program provides high school students in grades 9th - 12th the opportunity to enroll in College of the Canyons courses taught during the regular high school day by college faculty at participating high schools.
The College NOW! & Concurrent Enrollment Programs provide high school students in grades 11th & 12th the opportunity to enroll in College of the Canyons courses taught outside of the regular high school day, on the high school campus during the fall/spring semesters (College NOW!) and/or at one of the College of the Canyons campuses during the fall/spring semesters and winter/summer terms (Concurrent Enrollment).
Articulated courses are Career Exploration and Career Pathway courses taught at the high school where the curriculum has been reviewed and approved by College of the Canyons faculty.
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CANYONS PROMISE PROGRAM
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