Dual or Concurrent Enrollment
Helix started the Dual Enrollment program as a way of offering students an opportunity to take college classes right here on campus. We have grown the program from offering 6 units in 2016 to offering over 70 college-level units on our campus this year. It is a graduation requirement to take at least 1 dual enrollment. Many of our seniors graduate each year with at least 1 year of college under their belts.
To learn more about our Dual Enrollment program, click here. Students can enroll in Dual Enrollment courses during Summer Registration, when signing up for their classes.
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. A list of our Dual Enrollment Courses can be found in the Course Catalog.
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.
Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District Tutorials
How to set up your GCCCD Webadviser Portal:
How to find your GCCCS ID Video Tutorial:
Helpful Information about Dual Enrollment, AP, Honors and IB Programs