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Guidance » College Advantage & Middle College

College Advantage & Middle College

COLLEGE ADVANTAGE PROGRAM
 
College Advantage is an educational option for high performing seniors, who have at least a 3.8 weighted GPA, to complete a year of college while completing the requirements for their high school diploma. Their entire senior year is spent at West Valley College in a variety of college courses in English, mathematics, science, humanities, and social science. They may begin a certificate program, an associate degree and/or accrue transferable college credits for a four-year university. There is an option to participate in a college honors program. Upon completion of high school graduation requirements, students will receive a diploma from their home high school.
 
For information, please contact your Guidance Counselor.
 
Grade Level: 12
 
 
MIDDLE COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
 
Middle College is a high school alternative for juniors and seniors that offers students with a minimum 2.8 GPA and college potential, the opportunity to complete their high school requirements on the campus of West Valley College. The program empowers students by giving them choices and treating them as adults. Designed to provide a supportive yet challenging adult educational setting, students take college level courses while completing high school graduation requirements. This educational environment provides students with an opportunity to stimulate their academic development and spark their quest for learning.

For information, please contact your Guidance Counselor.
 
Grade Levels: 11-12