Apply and Register for SBCC Classes at my High School
- Dual Enrollment Approval Form is now online ONLY
- Health fee now mandatory for online classes
- Parent consent form is now online
The Dual Enrollment Program currently offers classes at Bishop Diego, Carpinteria, Dos Pueblos, San Marcos, and Santa Barbara High Schools. Each semester we offer over 100 courses that are college level, general education courses and others that introduce students to different career pathways. Many of our classes are CSU and/or UC transferable. The classes can assist you in receiving a Certificate or Associate's Degree from SBCC or transferring to a four year university!
How can I take SBCC classes at my high school?
Step 1: Talk to your counselor
Meet with your high school counselor to review current course offerings. You can select a class as part of your school's course request process.
Step 2: Complete application to SBCC
During the first week of class, you will receive instructions on how to apply to the college. DO NOT self-register through Pipeline. You will be added to the class by SBCC when the class begins and your paperwork is processed. If you have been directed to get your CCCApply username and password OR have been instructed to apply to the college, click here.
Step 3: Submit parent consent form online
Parents must complete an online parent consent form (Español). This form grants parent approval for the duration of the student's high school years and can be rescinded at any time. The student K# is required to complete this step. Where is my K#? NOTE: SBUSD families can complete this form as part of their high school registration if they already have their student's K#.
We currently offer classes in the following departments and disciplines at various high schools:
|Allied Health - Nursing||Finance|
|Allied Health - Medical Terminology||Freshman Seminar: Personal Planning|
|Automotive Services & Technology||Graphic Design|
|*Economics||Multimedia Arts & Technology|
|*English Composition & Literature||Photography|
*Assessment required prior to enrollment in class.
If you have further questions about assessment, please click on the link: