HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Planning to take college courses while in high school.
Please select Middle College or Concurrent Enrollment
A high school junior or senior from the Tri-Valley (Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton) and would like to complete your last two years of high school at Las Positas College, earning high school and college credits. Enrollment in the Middle College High School program is based on an application process. Applications open in February for the following school year.
Las Positas College provides the opportunity for high school students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades to enroll in college-level courses. Students who desire to participate in concurrent enrollment must be recommended by their high school principal and have written parental permission.
Adult School/High School/ROP articulation provides a legal process to align curriculum and instruction providing a seamless career pathway transition between courses, grades and schools at secondary institutions (including Adult Schools), community colleges and college/university levels. Articulation is open to all public Adult Schools, High Schools, and ROP's in California.
These articulation agreements create sequences of progressive, non-duplicated education leading to technical skill proficiency, a credential, a certificate, and/or a degree in a wide range of fields and careers. Such agreements include "credit by exam" to receive college credit for rigorous coursework taken at the high school level (separate from AP classes). Through the credit by examination process, high school students may receive credit at the college level for articulated courses.
- Directions for Students
- Directions for Adult School/High School/ROP Teachers & Administrators
- Directions for Las Positas College Faculty & Administrators
- Information for 4-year schools
Articulation Agreement: A formal, written and published document that describes which coursework from the "sending" institution (e.g. high school or ROC) is accepted as comparable to or in lieu of coursework at the "receiving" institution (e.g. community college).
Credit by Examination: A student has satisfactorily passed an exam approved or conducted by college faculty.
Articulation: The process by which a college links (or articulates) its courses with high schools, regional occupational programs and other transfer institutions.
Concurrent Enrollment: An enrichment program that provides an opportunity for high schools students (10th-12th grade only) to benefit from advances scholastic or vocational work. Concurrent enrollment is separate from articulation.
Explore your career path
Not sure of the academic program or career you would like to pursue at Las Positas College? Take a quick interest assessment that will give you, personal career matches based on your strengths. See which pathways are a good fit for you and quickly move into specific careers. Once you find a career you like, you can learn all about it with data on expected earnings, available jobs, daily tasks, job postings, top employers, relevant skills, and more.
Academic & Career Pathways
Explore your path
Las Positas College's Academic and Career Pathways are groups of similar programs that are designed to help you select a program of study and speed your progress towards completion. You will find information on occupations and careers commonly associated with each program, including typical wages and the labor market demand for California.