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2024-2025 Dual Enrollment Programs: LPC Welding & DVC Construction Trades

24-25 Dual Enrollment Parent/Caregiver Information Night
Registration, March 13, 2024 5:00pm
Dual Enrollment Programs:  LPC Welding & DVC Construction Trades

Dual Enrollment Programs:  LPC Welding & DVC Construction Trades

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The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is pleased to announce the expansion of dual enrollment opportunities for students interested in a trade. In addition to the Welding Certificate program that started last year with Las Positas College (LPC) in Livermore, students will have the opportunity to apply for a Pre-Apprenticeship Certificate in Construction Trades at Diablo Valley College (DVC) in Pleasant Hill.
Through these programs, high school juniors and seniors enroll in a shortened high school schedule so that they may attend designated college courses during their regular school day or in the evening. Students will engage in learning alongside college students while maintaining their high school experience.
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College & Career Readiness Coordinator
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) has partnered with Diablo Valley College (DVC), San Ramon to create the CollegeConnect Program for qualified rising 11th and 12th graders. This exceptional educational opportunity provides SRVUSD students with accelerated learning in the company of other college bound students, while preserving their high school experience.
Participating CollegeConnect students enroll in a shortened high school schedule so that they may attend college courses. During their 11th and 12th grade years, CollegeConnect students can complete up to 30 units of transferable credit aligned with the University of California’s (UC) and California State University (CSU) Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) requirements.  Essentially, successful students may complete their first year of college by the time that they graduate from high school.  Students may choose to continue at DVC and transfer to a UC or CSU as a junior, complete a career certificate in a qualifying field, or earn an associate degree. Students may also choose to transfer approximately one year of college credits to one of the campuses of the California UC or CSU system.
Please see the Letter to Parents PDF to learn more information.

The number of classes that students require to complete the IGETC requirements vary based on college major and initial math and literacy placement.