SUMMER & FALL 2022
High School Concurrent Enrollment
SUMMER 2022/FALL 2022 Deadline: June 1st/August 1st
All high school students wishing to attend Norco College are required to complete the following steps by the published deadline.
Learn more about Concurrent Enrollment:
- Meet Liam, our first Concurrent Enrollment graduate.
1. Complete a Norco College Online 2022 Summer or Fall Application
2. Print & Fill Out High School Concurrent Enrollment (HSCE) School/Parent Approval Form
3. Parent/Guardian Signature & Student Signature Required (Electronic/Typed Signatures Accepted)
4. Email completed School/Parent Approval for to High School Administrator for email school approval.
5. Please include/CC Lauren.Agamaite@norcocollege.edu in the emailed packet that is sent to your High School Administrator. (“Approved" is all that is required via email sent from HS Administrator)
6. Once approval via email is received from High School Administrator packet will be reviewed for eligibility
Acceptance letters will be sent via Norco College Student Email
All approved high school concurrent enrollment students will have registration access on the first day of each term in order to ensure that they do not displace regularly admitted students.
About the Program
Minor high school students who are capable of benefiting from advanced scholastic or vocational work, are classified as highly gifted and/or talented, or are seeking educational opportunities not otherwise available to them, may be eligible for admission to Norco College as a special student, pursuant to Sections 48800, 48800.5, 48802, 76001, and 76002 of the California Education Code.
Students enrolled in a Home Study Program must provide proof that the Home Study Program is registered with the State of California.
To qualify for concurrent admissions with Norco College, students must be at least 16 years of age or have completed the 10th grade and in good standing with a high school G.P.A. of at least 2.0.
Students under 16 or who have not completed the 10th grade must receive supplementary approval from the Dean of Educational Partnerships through an additional interview process. The interview and approval process in addition to the required documents must be completed and submitted by the application deadline to be eligible to attend Norco College.
- HSCE students may enroll in a maximum of 8 units in Fall/Spring and 5 units in Summer.
- HSCE students are not permitted to enroll in any Kinesiology (KIN) courses.
- Norco College allows up to 3 HSCE students to be enrolled in a course. Once the limit has been reached, the instructor’s authorization (signature) on a Norco College HSCE Add Card is required to enroll.
- HSCE students approved at Norco College may enroll into general courses offered at Riverside City or Moreno Valley College, in accordance with each college’s high school concurrent enrollment policies and procedures.
- HSCE students approved at Riverside City or Moreno Valley College may only enroll into Norco College classes in person.