Title2, Chapter 5, Article 1, Section 48800 of the California Education Code provides the following guidelines for enrichment students:
The governing board of any school district may determine which students would benefit from advanced scholastic or vocational work. The intent of this section is to provide educational enrichment opportunities for a limited number of eligible pupils, rather than to reduce current course requirements for elementary and secondary schools.
This program was designed for K-12 students in search of advanced scholastic courses. Which are considered 100 and above level courses. Example: English 100 or Math 140 etc.
Students may not enroll in pre-collegiate courses (1-99) or Physical education courses.
Example: English 20 or Math 20 etc.
Cerritos College definition of Advanced Scholastic is:
Alternate option for Physical Education Courses only:
Auditing a course is the only option for a student to take a physical education course. Auditing allows the student to participate, but they will not receive college credit. Auditing fees are not covered by College Bridge Program.
Pertinent Information for Graduating Seniors
High school seniors that are graduating at the end of the Spring Term will be considered high school graduates and will be accepted as incoming College Freshman for the Summer term. College Bridge students are given a low enrollment priority. Contuning students that will be incoming College Freshmen are strongly encouraged to resubmit a new application stating their change of status as a high school graduate. This will allow the students to receive a higher priority and help to ensure that they will be able to enroll in the classes of their choice.
Additional Parental & Student Information
Cerritos College district assumes no responsibility for the supervision of minor students outside of the classroom setting. Parents are responsible for ensuring that their children are appropriately supervised before class, after class, and if or when a class is cancelled or dismissed at an early time. Attendance is required, but not monitored as it is in secondary school systems. Cerritos will not call parent or guardian if a student is absent, nor will we verify attendance. Students are expected to meet all deadlines, classes must be dropped within the deadlines, grade options etc. It is the student's responsibility to know these deadlines. Deadlines are indicated in the class schedule.