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College Partnerships

With the advent of the 2019-2020 school year, Lake Balboa College Prep began two new dual enrollment college partnerships. One partnership is with Glendale Community College who provides instruction in college-level Armenian to about 20 Lake Balboa students. The other dual enrollment college partnership is with Pierce Community College with whom Lake Balboa College Prep has had a long concurrent enrollment partnership.

 

L.A. Unified students can earn college credits while enrolled in high school by taking community college courses that meet graduation requirements. This model allows students to engage in additional course options for career preparation, builds readiness for college level work, and assists in the transition to postsecondary life. 

Students have an option to take courses on their high school campus, usually with college professors (Dual Enrollment), or at the community college site (Concurrent Enrollment). Such programs are designed to transform many students’ perception of themselves as college ready. Courses and textbooks are paid for, helping students sidestep a major roadblock – cost - to college graduation. Schools should refer to District policy documents pertaining to the Dual and Concurrent models.