• Dual Enrollment: High School- Special Admit Form/Advanaced Education

    This program allows high school students to take community college classes and earn college credit while still in high school. 




     Special Admit for Dual Enrollment: 


                      The minimum age and grade level to be eligible for admission is now 14 or having started 9th grade for all special admit students.

                      Approved high school students can enroll in up to 11 units per fall/spring term districtwide.

                      Students may enroll in any course for which they meet properly established enrollment requisites.

                      There is no GPA requirement where students need to demonstrate ‘exemplary academic achievement’ as a requirement of admission – and high school transcripts are not requiredHigh school transcripts and/or AP test scores will be needed as part of the placement process for special admit students intending to enroll in English or Math courses where placement is necessary to meet an enrollment requisite.


    The process for submission to the college has changed – it is no longer emailed to the college by the high school counselor or designee.

    As outlined on the webpage linked above, high school students will:

      1. Apply to FLC using CCCApply application – or if continuing dual enrollment, complete supplemental enrollment form in eServices.
      2. Download Special Admit Form, read and complete student/parent portion of form with the requested classes.
      3. Submit the form to your HS counselor in the morning to obtain recommendation/signature.
      4. Submit Special Admit form by using online submission form (step #5 on webpage). They will complete required fields on the online form and upload documents, as needed. 
      5. Check email for confirmation and enrollment information, along with next steps.
      6. Pay fees online through eServices.


    • FHS students that wish to be registered on the earliest possible date, giving them the best chance for their requested FLC classes, will need to submit their Special Admit Form between the acceptable dates.  
    • Please allow at least 48 hours for counselors to review and process. Counselors are not able to submit applications over summer break. 
    • Students are responsible for researching and selecting the appropriate course for their educational goals. Do research by looking at the course catalog and FLC class schedule.
    • Make sure the course is offered outside of your high school day.
    • Check course prerequisites.
    • Advanced Education course credit: the grades you earn in advanced education classes go on your permanent college transcript. Grades and units earned as an Advanced Education student do not earn high school credit and remain separate from the Folsom High School transcript. Advanced education units are required to be reported when applying to college by the student.


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