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The Career Advanced Placement (CAP) program is designed for high school students. A portion of the Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD) curriculum is available to supplement programs for high school students recommended by their principal/counselor. Contact your high school Counseling Office for details.
Students in the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades of high school may be admitted as special part-time or full-time students to Santiago Canyon College. SCC full-time status is 6 units for Summer session and 12 units for Fall/Spring semester. High school students who would benefit from advanced scholastic work may enroll in classes with the signed consent of the high school principal/counselor, a parent,
and the appropriate Santiago Canyon College Division Dean. All signatures are recorded on the
Career Advanced Placement (CAP) form.
SB 338 provides the District with the authority to restrict admission and enrollment in any session based on age, grade-level of completion, or assessment and placement procedures in conformance with Matriculation regulations.
How do I register?
- Download the
CAP form and CAP Acknowledgement form. CAP form is also available in the Admissions Office (E-101).
- Read CAP Registration Procedure and CAP Acknowledgement information regarding enrollment fees and assigned registration time.
- Complete CAP form and obtain signatures from your high school and parent.
- Students under 15 years of age or below 9th grade must obtain the additional approval and signature Santiago Canyon College Division Dean. Both the student and parent must be present to meet with the Division Dean.
- If you are taking English, Math or advanced Chemistry, you will need to sign up for the English, Math or Chemistry placement test. You may schedule a Placement Test online at
- Log into the Online Records System (WebAdvisor) to obtain your SCC Student Number and to view your online registration date. So as to not displace regularly admitted students, CAP students receive low-priority registration, typically the week before the start of the term. See NOTE 1 below.
- Submit the completed and signed CAP form and CAP Acknowledgement form to the Admissions and Records Office (E-101), in person, before your registration date. Registration online is restricted until the CAP form is submitted.
- Register for classes online. Refer to the
Student WebAdvisor Help Manual for instructions on how to register for classes.
- Any high school student who registers as a full-time student (6 units in summer, 12 units in Fall/Spring semester) will be charged the regular community college enrollment fees for all units enrolled.
NOTE 1: Assembly Bill AB967 authorizes us to assign a low enrollment priority to special part-time or full-time concurrent enrollment students in order to assure that these students do not displace regularly admitted students.
NOTE 2: Any other class that has a prerequisite must also be cleared. Please call our Counseling Office for clarification (714)628-4800.
Enrollment fees are not charged to high school students enrolling in 11 units or less. If the student enrolls in 12 units or more during Fall and Spring semesters, the student will be charged the current per unit enrollment fee for all units. Further, during summer sessions, if the student enrolls in 6 units or more, the student will be charged for all units enrolled. All concurrently enrolled high school students are charged health fees.
Special part-time students in the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades who are concurrently enrolled in high school are exempt from enrollment fees but are obligated to pay all health, student and material fees. (Section 76001 - Education Code)
Special full-time students who enroll in 12 units or more (for Fall/Spring semester) and 6 units or more (for Summer session) are required to pay all regular community college enrollment fees, health, student, and material fees at the current rate per unit. (Section 76300 - Education Code)
Students who are enrolled in grades K-8 are required to pay enrollment fees and all other college fees.
Students who are home-schooled are required to obtain the written permission from the local high school district in which the student would have normally enrolled --OR-- bring a copy of the affidavit that was filed with the state.
Assembly Bill AB 967
AB 967 relates to the concurrent enrollment of students in high school and community college. This bill requires community college districts to assign a low priority enrollment to CAP students in order to ensure that these students do not displace regularly admitted students.