Please use the Course Name(s) and 5-digit Class Number(s) from the Schedule of Classes. NOTE: Enrollment is limited to TWO classes
per semester. LRCCD does not guarantee that requested classes will be available at time of enrollment. Please indicate above if you are
requesting ONE (1) or
TWO (2) courses (not including co-requisite, lab or other support classes).
1._____________________________ 3.___________________________________ 5.__________________________________
Course Name / 5-digit Class Number Course Name / 5-digit Class Number (1
st
alt) Course Name / 5-digit Class Number (3
rd
alt)
2._____________________________ 4.___________________________________ 6.__________________________________
Course Name / 5-digit Class Number Course Name / 5-digit Class Number (2
nd
alt) Course Name / 5-digit Class Number (4
th
alt)
APPROVAL/SIGNATURES (School designee has evaluated the requirements and support the student’s request)
High School Designee
(completed by high school administrator, counselor or designee as defined in Education Code see Page 2
for guidelines and policies)
By signing below, I verify this applicant has a GPA of 2.70 or above, and has completed 10
th
grade or will be 16 years of age at the start of
term. I verify that the classes are not offered at the applicant’s school during this term.
___________________________ __________________________
____________________ ________________ ________________
High School Designee Name Title Signature Phone Date
1 or
2
LOS RIOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
ADVANCED EDUCATION APPLICATION
STUDENT SECTION:
Name:
Los Rios Student ID #:
Last First Middle
Date of Birth: Phone: ________________________ Email Address: ______________________________
Current School Attending: _________________________________ Grade Level: ____________
Have you previously attended Los Rios classes as an Advanced Education student? Yes No
___________________________ _______________
Student Signature Date
APPROVAL:
Parent/Guardian (completed by parent/guardian see BACK for guidelines and policies)
My child has permission to enroll as an Advanced Education in LRCCD. I/We have read and understand the Policies and Guidelines on the
back of this application. I/We understand that coursework attempted or completed becomes part of my child’s permanent college record. My
signature also provides formal permission to allow high school designees to provide necessary information for enrollment, including
my child’s unofficial high school transcript.
______________________ _____________________ _____________________________ __________________ _____________
Parent/Guardian Name Signature Parent Email Address Phone Date
HIGH SCHOOL SECTION:
COURSE REQUEST
Requested Number of Courses:
Los Rios Community College District OFFICE USE ONLY:
College Counselor or Representative Signature_______________________________________________ Date_______________________
This student has provided all the required documentation and has demonstrated academic preparation for college level instruction as noted below.
Completed 10
th
grade or 16 years of age 2.70 GPA or higher High School Transcript Attached
Approved High School/Parent signatures Copy of current high school schedule Private school affidavit, if applicable
Documentation of age, if not reflected on
Prerequisites cleared/met
High School transcript
English placement__________________ Math placement________________ Special Program_________________
Received by:___________________ Date:__________________ Approve Deny Initials:______Date:__________
College: ARC CRC
FLC SCC
Term: Spring Summer
Fall 20____
ADVANCED EDUCATION POLICIES AND GUIDELINES
Advanced Education is intended to provide high school students with educational enrichment opportunities at the community college level. To
ensure success as an Advanced Education student, the following policies and guidelines have been developed to guide enrollment.
WHO CAN ENROLL AS AN ADVANCED EDUCATION STUDENT?
Students must demonstrate academic achievement, as demonstrated by multiple measures including, but not limited to,
grades in similar courses, GPA of 2.70, analysis of transcript, or other student achievements, and /or letters of support
from high school counselors and teachers, except when enrolling in the following programs: Academies (e.g., electronics
or health), special college-based programs, such as AVID and the Early Start program. (EC Sec. 48800(d)(1)).
Students must have completed the 10
th
grade or be 16 years of age by the first day of instruction.
Students must be mature enough to understand the course material and to benefit from the presentation style.
WHAT COURSES ARE EXCLUDED FROM ADVANCED EDUCATION?
Basic skills courses (numbered 1-99), with the exception of co-requisite and support courses.
Courses that require repetition due to an unsatisfactory grade received in high school.
Courses offered at the high school during the same semester the student wishes to enroll at the college. However, if a
student is enrolled in the maximum units that the high school permits, the student may enroll at the college. Also, if a
student has satisfactorily completed a high school course and wishes to enroll in a more rigorous college course in the
same discipline, they may do so.
If a student is receiving their education in non-traditional setting, general education courses should be taken in that
setting.
Courses where the student’s safety or the safety of others would be jeopardized.
Courses where the ability of others to benefit from instruction may be compromised due to your ability to relate to the
mature nature of the subject matter or teaching methods.
Note: Students can only enroll in a maximum of TWO courses each term, not including labs, co-requisites and support courses.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED:
New students must complete an online Los Rios admissions application, indicating they are concurrently enrolled in
high school while attending college classes (Special Admit). Continuing students must complete the Supplemental
Enrollment Form on eServices prior to enrollment.
Read and follow the submission instructions found online at the college of your choice American River, Cosumnes
River, Folsom Lake or Sacramento City colleges.
Documents in addition to the Advanced Education application will include:
o High school transcript. If enrolled in a school where transcripts are not available, a record of completed
coursework, achievement levels, grade level, and copy of current high school class schedule should be
submitted.
o A copy of Private School Affidavit, when appropriate.
o If the application is not signed by school principal, include list of authorized designees (unless college already
has the list on file).
o Documentation of age (if home schooled or age is not reflected on high school transcript).
Students must complete the Advanced Education application every semester they wish to enroll, including all
required documentation. Upon high school graduation, student submits a new application as a 1
st
time, new student.
INFORMATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL DESIGNEE (PRINCIPAL, COUNSELOR, OR OTHER DESIGNEE):
The recommended classes cannot be offered at the applicant’s school during this term or the applicant is taking the
maximum number of units and cannot fit these classes in his/her schedule.
For summer session – Community college summer session attendance cannot be recommended for more than 5% of
the total number of pupils who completed that grade immediately prior to the time of recommendation (IC Sec.
48800(d)(1)(2).
For designees If signing this form as a designee of the principal, you must provide the college with a listing (on school
letterhead and signed by the principal) of all duly authorized designees or the college must have this information on file.
INFORMATION FOR PARENT/GUARDIAN AND STUDENT:
We understand that college courses may include adult/mature subject matter.
The course credit and grades received will become a part of the student’s permanent college record.
Students must meet all course prerequisites to enroll in a course.
Students are expected to assume a greater responsibility for learning when enrolled in classes at the college level.
If you are not present for the first class meeting, you may be dropped form the class.
If initially denied eligibility to enroll, a student may file an appeal requesting further consideration.
If student has completed prior college coursework and is seeking re-enrollment, they must maintain at least a 2.0 GPA.
Under section 49061 of the Education code, parents of community college students do not have a right of access to
their children’s student records, regardless of whether the student is under the age of 18. High school students must
abide by the same FERPA laws as any other college student. For more information about FERPA laws, please visit
their website at https://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/index.html.
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