Concurrent Enrollment courses are Palomar College courses, taught by hired professors at Palomar College.
10th, 11th, and 12th grade students can apply.
Students are responsible for figuring out appropriate classes, paying their student enrollment fee, and class materials.
Look through this Palomar Class Finder link to see which classes are available for the upcoming semester.
If you don't know what the acronyms stand for, google "Palomar College (insert acronym name and number)" or contact Palomar College.
If you need more help for concurrent enrollment, please contact Palomar College.
Concurrent Enrollment Guidelines for 2022-2023:
Recently transferred students are required to complete one semester at HTHNC to transition and demonstrate their academic capabilities.
9th Graders are required to complete one semester at HTHNC to transition and demonstrate their academic capabilities.
Receive a letter of recommendation from all 3 of their 9th grade teachers indicating they are academically and behaviorally ready for a college level class
Student and their Family/Guardian read and sign the 9th Grade HTHNC Student/Parent/Guardian Enrollment Agreement
Complete the Palomar College Application Portal before the mandatory meeting with Ms. Tiffany (read below for instructions)
Student and their Family/Guardian must attend a mandatory meeting with Ms. Tiffany and with Ms. Aleida or Mr. Davidson. We cannot accommodate last minute requests.
Items you will need to apply
CCC-ID #, Confirmation # and Palomar ID
How to Apply for a Concurrent Enrollment Class if you NEVER Enrolled Before:
How to Apply for a Concurrent Enrollment Class if yoU Have previously Enrolled Before:
College-level coursework is more difficult. Students are encouraged to attend office hours, tutoring sessions, communicate with their college professor frequently, and seek out assistance if needed (e.g. extended deadline for medical emergency, family emergency, etc.).
However, should you see the need to drop the course:
For Community College Concurrent Enrollment students, students must follow the guidelines and deadlines for dropping. Families/Guardians cannot withdraw/drop a course for students.