High School Students

Interested in getting a jump start on your future by earning college credit while you’re still in high school? Students who have completed the Eighth grade may be admitted to the college on a part-time basis subject to the following requirements.

  • No physical education courses may be taken
  • Students must complete the appropriate course placement¬†when registering for English or Mathematics classes
  • Students must have met any course prerequisite requirements
  • Students are required to fulfill the minimum day requirement at their high school, or, for charter/home-schooled students, the parent has to verify that the proposed college course work will not interfere with the student’s basic high school course work
  • Charter or home-schooled students must present a grade equivalency certification documenting the grade level the student has achieved
  • Charter or home-schooled students must present a copy of the affidavit submitted to the State of County Office of Education to document the student’s involvement in an educational process
  • Concurrently enrolled students receive the lowest priority registration

Students are subject to all rules, regulations and fees at the college. The enrollment fee will be waived for eligible students, but the Student Services Fee (and Non-Resident Tuition if applicable) will be charged. Contact your local high school Counseling office for further information if you wish to enroll in a college course, or download and complete the High School Permit to Attend

How to Enroll in a WCC Class as a High School Student:

Step 1: Apply to WCC as a Current HS Student through CCCApply. (Complete Step one on the “Apply” link)

Step 2: See your High School Counselor to complete the High School Permit to Attend

Step 3: Turn in the completed High School Permit to Attend to the Admissions and Records office by your Priority Registration Date (Dually Enrolled High School Student Date)

Step 4: Ensure you attend the first day of class