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Dual Enrollment @ LAHC - Comparison

Here are the commonalities and differences between the three types of Dual enrollment offered @LAHC:

Commonalities Outreach AB288 CCAP Agreement Contract Education Agreement
Application process
Enrollment process
Minimum entry/on-going Academic Standing requirements
Differences Middle School Outreach High School Outreach AB288 CCAP Agreement Contract Education Agreement
Program design

Designed to enhance current school class work and introduce the student to college level coursework and campus environment

Not eligible for AB288 CCAP agreements

Designed to enhance current school class work and introduce the student to college level coursework and campus environment

Not eligible for AB288 CCAP agreements

Designed with a goal of completion of a specific academic and/or career certificate pathway

Coursework must be offered during Fall and Spring semesters

Can be custom tailored to provide coursework to enhance school offerings and/or completion of a specific academic/career pathway

Can include schools prohibited from participating in AB288 CCAP agreements or Private Industry

Type of classes offered Classes on an LAHC approved offering list; must be offered outside school class hours Classes on an LAHC approved offering list; must be offered outside school class hours Degree or certificate specific classes as offered by LAHC; can be offered during class hours For education partners, classes from an approved offerings list and/or degree or certificate specific classes as offered by LAHC; for industry, any course work offered by LAHC
Eligibility Requirement Students must be currently enrolled in middle school and must earn and maintain a grade of 3.0 or better in high school English and Math to enter Students must be currently enrolled in high school and must earn and maintain a grade of 3.0 or better in high school English and Math to enter Students must be currently enrolled in high school and must earn and maintain a grade of 3.0 or better in high school English and Math to enter and continue in the program

If agreement with high school, students must be currently enrolled in high school and must earn and maintain a GPA of 2.0 or better at LAHC to continue in program

If an Industry Contract, eligibility requirements will be discussed and agreed to prior to contract finalization

Static Student cohort No No Yes No
Minimum/maximum Class size Minimum/maximum student cohort member = 40 recruited/30 students sustained enrollment Minimum/maximum student cohort member = 40 recruited/30 students sustained enrollment Minimum/maximum student cohort member = 40 recruited/30 students sustained enrollment Minimum /maximum student number flexible and will be discussed and agreed to prior to contract finalization
Recruitment Recruitment is handled internally by the Middle School Recruitment is handled internally by the High School and/or by LAHC Outreach Recruitment is handled internally by the High School Recruitment is handled internally by the contracting partner
Contact Information

Dean, Adult Ed, Non-Credit, Continuing and Community Education
(310) 233-4605

Dean, Outreach or Outreach Office
(310) 233-4330

Dean, Adult Ed, Non-Credit, Continuing and Community Education
(310) 233-4605

Dean, Adult Ed, Non-Credit, Continuing and Community Education
(310) 233-4605