Dual or Concurrent Enrollment
Our Dual Enrollment Program enables high school students to enroll in college courses on Helix's campus. Completing these courses provides students the opportunity to earn both high school credit and transferable college credits. Dual enrollment attempts to bridge equity gaps by partnering with Grossmont Cuyamaca College District to offer a variety of classes for free to Helix students. Many of these courses meet CSU/ UC requirements, such as MATH 281 (Multivariable Calculus) and ENG 120 (College Composition and Reading). By exposing students to college-level coursework and rigor, they are more confident and better prepared when entering college.
Helix is proud to offer 57 college-level courses on our campus this year. If you are interested in taking advantage of this program, schedule a meeting with your grade level counselor or academic advisor. You can find their contact information here. Our Dual & Concurement Enrollment Guidelines can be found here.
Below are the different programs we offer:
A college course (through Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College District) that is offered on the Helix campus during the regular Helix school day.
Concurrent Enrollment:A college course (through any college) that is not offered on the Helix campus. This course usually takes place at the college, but could also be an online course.
Articulated Credit:A high school class that offers students the opportunity to earn college credit.
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