College For Kids (CFK)

We look forward to seeing you in Summer 2020! 

College For Kids allows kids a chance to experience college life. Students can develop their own individualized class schedules from a wide range of offerings, including but not limited to, math, writing, reading, Spanish, computers, science, study skills, theater, art, film animation, and sports. The Summer Gaucho Guide has been delivered to more than 280,000 south Orange County homes -- but you can always view your copy HERE!

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2019 Grids

CFK Session 1 - June 17-27

CFK Session 2 - July 8-18

CFK Session 3 - July 22 - August 1

CUSD Summer Experience

CFK Parent Handbook
View/Register for Community Education classes.

CFK | Mandatory Transfer


All children participating in College For Kids activities in different areas of the campus are required to have a Guide escort them from one activity to another, regardless of age. We do not escort students between classrooms that are in the same area and to/from the pool (except for water polo). Your child must not have a break while on campus (other than the times between classes that run back-to-back). We are not responsible for children who are left on campus unattended.

Children must be picked up immediately after their last class of the day. We do not provide a Guide to stay with your child until you arrive. Please allow extra time when planning your schedule to pick up your child.

A parking permit is required to park in any Saddleback College campus.

Parking passes are available to register CFK and swim participants. You may pick up a pass at Parking Lot 9, at the pool, or at any CFK station on campus.