What is it?
Dual Enrollment is when an OFL student takes classes at a community college, adult school, or regional occupational centers.
Who should enroll?
- Students excelling at OFL and want to challenge themselves by taking a college level course.
- Students seeking Career and Technical Education opportunities beyond our offerings.
- Students planning to attend a 4-year university and need to fulfill a requirement not offered at our center.
What are the requirements to sign up?
The following criteria must be met for dual enrollment to be granted:
- Students must complete 6 units per month for at least 2 consecutive months leading up to the request.
- Students must have completed Algebra 1A & 1B.
- Students may NOT have a truancy during the semester in which dual enrollment is requested.
- Students must attend all state mandated tests and appointments with their teachers.
- Students cannot take courses offered at OFL.
Please talk to our Counselor, Ms. Madeline, if you are interested in Dual Enrollment. You can find out more specific information about Saddleback College and Irvine Valley College through the links below.
College and Career Advantage (Career & Technical Education Classes)
What is College and Career Advantage (CCA) ?
- A state-funded education program, providing career/technical preparation and guidance to meet identified educational standards and industry needs.
- Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
- Career preparation and sequential learning designed to improve academic skills.
- Fully credentialed teachers, experienced in their related industries.
- Elective courses that may include (unpaid) internships and may articulate with local Community Colleges.
- Courses that combine employment with advanced instruction, for high school students only.
Why take a CCA class?
- Earn grades and credits toward high school graduation.
- Gain experience required for immediate employment.
- Participate in courses that offer internships.
- Earn certificates of completion.
- Experience careers that may assist in choosing college majors and enhance college admission applications.
If you are interested in taking CCA classes, you can learn more here or talk to Ms. Madeline.