*High scholl concurrent enrollment packets are due 2 weeks prior to the start of the term/class.

High School Concurrent Infographic



  1. Be at least 13 years of age
  2. Completed 8th grade
  3. Must have approval from Parent and High school Principal or Designee
  4. One of the following:
    1. Successful completion of student development course selected with the guidance of an SBVC Counselor.
    2. Demonstrated academic success.
      • In order to meet this criteria students must have a total weighted high-school GPA of 2.0 or greater and have been successful in similar courses
  • **high school students cannot enroll in Kinesiology(PE) courses



Why Enroll?

  • Take courses not offered in High School
  • Take challenging advanced course
  • Save on free college tuition (California resident physically attending school in California)
  • Enter University with advance standing
  • Experience personal growth



1. Apply to the College

2. Submit a High school concurrent application, at least 2 weeks before courses begin:
  1. Petition for Concurrent Enrollment
  2. Confidential Youth Emergency Release Form
  3. Student must submit official high school transcripts, with the two forms above. 
If submitting the packet electronically, email to: sbvcadmissions@valleycollege.edu (all documents must be included in the email)
1. Concurrent enrollment application are processed in the order received (usually within 2-5 business days). Due to volume and staffing there may be delays

2. Make sure all “approvers” (your parent, principal/designee) approve your form in a timely manner

3. Late applications do not receive priority review.

1. Complete Orientation - New students are required to complete Orientation, complete Orientation in WebAdvisor - printing out the Orientation Certificate Set your Guided Self-Placement Appointment Online.

2. Guided Self Placement - Guided Self-Placement and Questionnaire. Guided Self-Placement identifies present levels of skill in English, Math, Reading & English as a Second Language (ESL) Learners. You will not be denied admission based on results!

3. Set your Guided Self-Placement Appointment Online.

4. Education Plan - Meet with a counselor to develop your Educational Plan. A counselor is a valuable resource to help reach your goals! Schedule a same-day appointment by visiting General Counseling or call 909-384-4404 (First-come, first-served basis).

5. Enroll in Classes & Pay Enrollment fees - Confirm your Priority Registration date in your WebAdvisor account. Use Step-by-Step Instructions to add classes in WebAdvisor.

6. Pay your fees at time of registration - NO ENROLLMENTS FEES ( However, High school students responsible for other fees (health and Accident, student center, student representation fee, course materials, books, etc)