On April 22 and April 24, Skyline College welcomed high school students and families to campus to learn more about the concurrent enrollment process during Concurrent Enrollment Night. Counseling faculty and enrollment services staff presented valuable information to over 160 total attendees in order to answer some of the most frequently asked questions. Martin Marquez, Admissions Assistant III, highlighted the process of how to sign up for concurrent enrollment classes. Jacquie Escobar and Suzanne Poma provided information regarding placement tests, course sequencing, and transferability of courses. Matt Ledesma provided insights from a high school counselor’s perspective, tips on the conversation to have with a high school counselor regarding concurrent enrollment, and promoted Middle College. The Outreach Office communicated with high schools to promote the event, managed reservation list, and provided logistical support to ensure a successful event.
The following schools were represented over the two info sessions: Abraham Lincoln High School, Aragon High School, Burlingame High School, Capuchino High School, Carlmont High School, Crocker Middle School, design tech High School, El Camino High School, George Washington High School, Hillsdale High School, Lowell High School, Mercy High School Burlingame, Mills High School, Oceana High School, Ruth Asawa SOTA, San Mateo High School, South San Francisco High School, St Ignatius High School, Summit Shasta High School, Terra Nova High School, and Westmoor High School.
Attendees left the event more informed of the concurrent enrollment process, knowledge of important dates, information on special programs for high school students, as well as more information about the programs and services offered at Skyline College. Thank you to everyone who assisted in putting on this great event!
Article and Photo by Lauren Ford