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If you are planning on attending DVC or another community college in California you need to complete your community college application in the winter/spring of your senior year. Many community colleges, including DVC and Las Positas offer early admissions and class registration opportunities for graduating seniors who complete some required steps. These steps will be outlined on their websites beginning in mid to late January. Graduating seniors may need to take placement tests for Math and English, or may be able to meet those requirements in other ways.  Each college will provide that information on their website as the process can vary.  
Seniors should stop by the College Career Center in March to pick up registration packet(s)  which includes all of the necessary application information for either DVC or Las Positas. Graduating seniors are asked to follow a procedure whereby they apply to the community college campus, prove that they meet math and English assessment requirements, and complete an orientation, etc., in order to receive a priority course registration date for that college.  
For information on taking CONCURRENT classes at a community college while in high school, see your academic counselor!  
To apply to ANY California Community College go to: to start your application. 

If you know you might want to transfer to a 4 year college/university, and wonder what courses may transfer, check out these helpful websites:


If you are taking a community college course, you are responsible to send the community college transcript to a 4 year college to which you are applying in senior year, if the college requires an official transcript!  SRVHS cannot send community college transcripts. 
Note that some colleges will accept self reported coursework and grades during the application time frame, but 100% of the time they will require an official FINAL transcript from all institutions where a student has enrolled/attended.
Link to District website for information on the PLI (Personal Learning Initiative).  On this page you will learn about the PLI program and about the procedure for taking Non-District courses at other institutions while in high school. 
Dual Enrollment Classes @ DVC

Dual Enrollment Classes @ DVC

DVC Dual Enrollment
Dual enrollment allows high school
students to take college classes, at
no additional cost, while they are
still enrolled in high school.
High school students enjoy priority
registration and access to zero-cost
textbooks for courses designated as
dual enrollment.