Advanced Education/Community College Classes
What is Advanced Education?
Advanced Education is a program for current high school students who are interested in taking classes at one of the Los Rios Community Colleges (ARC, CRC, FLC, or SCC). Advanced education students may enroll in up to two (2) college courses each semester (summer, fall and spring).
- You are 16 years old, or you have already completed 10th grade by the first day college classes start
- You are currently enrolled in high school (public, private, or home school)
- Students must be mature enough to understand the course material and to benefit from the presentation style
How to Apply
- Check out the Helpful Resources page for Video Tutorials of Steps 1-6
- Spring 2023 application dates and deadlines to be announced.
- Click HERE for Advanced Education Information Sessions & Application Workshops
- Click HERE for important information on schedules and drop dates.
What courses are excluded from Advanced Education?
- Basic skills courses (numbered 1-99), with the exception of co-requisite and support courses.
- Courses offered at the student's high school.
- Courses requiring repetition due to unsatisfactory grades ('D' or 'F') received at the student's school.
- Courses where the student’s safety or the safety of others would be jeopardized.
|Step 1:||Log on to CaliforniaColleges.edu sign in to your account (use sign in with google and use egusd google login).|
Go to College at the top of your screen, click on California Community College Application and input the LRCC of your choice (Cosumnes River College, American River College, Folsom Lake College or Sacramento City College) then hit Launch (blue button).
|Step 2:||Apply to the LRCC of your choice (to generate a LRCC ID#) and login to set up an e-services account|
New Students: Apply to a LRCC to be assigned a Los Rios Student ID number which will be sent by email from the Los Rios Community College District. After receiving your ID number, follow the directions in the email to set up your eServices account. Your Los Rios ID number is required and is a seven-digit number starting with “W”.
Continuing Students: Login to eServices and complete the 'Supplemental Enrollment Information Form' located in the Tasks tile.
| Step 3:
||Complete the Advanced Ed Application (Below)|
Students must complete the Student section of the Advanced Education Application (PDF), including signatures for Parent and Student (typed signatures allowed).
Click HERE to find courses offered during the term you are applying to take classes.
(You can choose the More:10 button on this page to get the list of the current term's IGETC classes)
Click HERE for the full list of General Education (IGETC) classes. Areas 3 & 4 have many options not offered at Franklin and have no prerequisites.
NOTE: To fill out the PDF, open it in Adobe Acrobat reader (free). Download for mobile devices or desktop computers.
| Step 4:
||Send your form to Mrs. Larsen through Synergy.|
Once everything has been checked for accuracy and there are no corrections needed (be sure to keep an eye out for emails from Mrs. Larsen or your counselor) your form will be sent to your counselor and then the college for processing.
| Step 5:
||Wait for approval from LRCC|
Advanced Education students qualify for priority 3 registration. Admissions & Records will enroll students based on their approval and the date/time of their priority registration appointment.
Note: Do not submit your Advanced Education Application (PDF) directly to the college. You must submit them to your high school counselor for approval and let them submit it for you.
If you wish to take courses at multiple colleges in the Los Rios District, a separate Advanced Education Application needs to be submitted for each college you wish to attend.
Now that you have been admitted, you will need to set up an E-Services account. Click HERE for tutorials on setting up your E-Services account and accessing Canvas.
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