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High school students who plan to attend a four-year college or university may gain a competitive advantage over their peers during the admissions process if they have completed college courses while still in high school. Saddleback College offers numerous course options to help college-bound students kick-start their post-secondary education. 

 

 

 

Whether you are a student, a parent or guardian, or a school representative, your role in this partnership is an important one. We've outlined pathways under the tabs below that briefly describe how we can continue to work together to ensure students' admission and success in college.

High School Pathway at a Glance

Students should:

 

High School Senior Year
  • Complete College Prep Courses
  • Attend Family Night
  • Apply to Saddleback College
  • Attend a Financial Aid workshop
  • Apply for Saddleback Scholarship
  • Complete Matriculation process
  • Attend Senior Day
  • Register for Counseling 1, 100, 140
  • Apply for Avid For Higher Education
High School Junior Year
  • Complete College Prep Courses
  • Attend College Fairs
  • Complete Matriculation process
  • Register for an English or math course. Can be either basic skills or transferrable
  • Take college or university tours
High School Sophomore Year
  • Complete College Prep Courses
  • Attend a Saddleback Information Session
  • Begin Investigating Articulated Career Pathway Classes
High School Freshman Year
  • Complete College Prep Courses
  • Attend a Saddleback Information Session
  • Attend a Strategies Class or Basic Skills Tutorial Module
  • Begin Investigating Career Options

 

Parents should:

High School Senior Year
  • Assist in the filing of your student's Financial Aid Application
  • Attend Saddleback's Family Night
  • Attend a Parent workshop at Saddleback
High School Junior Year
  • Attend college fairs with your student
  • Assist your student in researching colleges and universities
High School Sophomore Year
  • Discuss career options with your student
  • Start to visit college and university websites
  • Start investigating Financial Aid and scholarships
High School Freshman Year
  • Discuss potential career choices
  • Have your student start thinking about colleges and universities.
  • Support early work experience
  • Encourage extracurricular activities

 

Your High School should:

High School Senior Year
  • Identify faculty for course alignment.
  • Attend Saddleback's President's Breakfast
  • Attend Saddleback's High School Partnership Conference
  • Continue ongoing relationships with Saddleback
High School Junior Year
  • Identify faculty for course alignment.
  • Administer the EAP
  • Assess students EAP results
  • Attend Saddleback's President's Breakfast
  • Attend Saddleback's High School Partnership Conference
  • Continue ongoing relationships with Saddleback
High School Sophomore Year
  • Administer the CAHSEE
  • Attend Saddleback's President's Breakfast
  • Attend Saddleback's High School Partnership Conference
  • Continue ongoing relationships with Saddleback
High School Freshman Year
  • Attend Saddleback's President's Breakfast
  • Attend Saddleback's High School Partnership Conference
  • Continue ongoing relationships with Saddleback

 

Saddleback College will:

High School Senior Year

Offer a variety of service to prepare the student for successful entrance to Saddleback College such as:

  • Family Night
  • Application workshops
  • Financial Aid workshops
  • Freshman Advantage Program
  • Counseling courses
  • Senior Day
  • Priority registration for fall term

Identify faculty for course alignment

High School Junior Year

Introduce students to Career Technical Education programs
Offer a variety of services to include:

  • Classroom presentations
  • Tours
  • College panels
  • Quad visits

Identify faculty for course alignment

High School Sophomore Year

Introduce students to Career Technical Education programs
Offer a variety of services to include:

  • Classroom presentations
  • Tours
  • College panels
  • Quad visits
High School Freshman Year

Introduce students to Career Technical Education programs
Offer a variety of services to include:

  • Classroom presentations
  • Tours
  • College panels
  • Quad visits