Kindergarten-12th Grade Special Admission - Admissions and Records
It is advisable to begin the application process at least eight (8) weeks prior to the start of the term.
Special Admission - Kindergarten-12th Grade Students
The term “special admission” applies to students who are currently enrolled in Kindergarten-12th grade. These students may enroll in Ohlone College courses that are UC and/or CSU transferable on a space available basis. PE and ATHL classes are not available for any Kindergarten-12th grade student enrollment. Kindergarten-12th grade students must meet all course prerequisites to be eligible for enrollment; for courses in English and math this usually requires that the student take an Ohlone Placement Test. Per Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, Kindergarten-12th grade coursework may not be used to waive college prerequisites. Parental and principal or school official approval is also required.
Kindergarten-12th grade students are exempt from paying the California Community College Enrollment Fee but are subject to the Electronic Access Fee, Health Services Fee, and the optional Student Activity Fee. Students who are enrolled exclusively in classes located on their high school campus are also exempt from the Electronic Access, Health Services, and Student Activity fees. Students who are enrolled in online only classes are subject to the Electronic Access Fee. See Fees.
All Kindergarten-12th grade students are required to submit a new application for admission packet every term. Kindergarten-12th grade students should refer to the Kindergarten-12th Grade Enrollment Steps and carefully follow the directions in the application for admission packet to avoid delays in processing.
Kindergarten-12th grade students enrolling concurrently in Ohlone classes taught on their high school campus and College Connection students will obtain their permission forms from the high school administrator who is coordinating their program.
10th-12th Grade Students
Students in 10th-12th grade are only allowed to register for CSU and UC transferable classes. These courses are identified in WebAdvisor, the printed Class Schedule, and the Ohlone College Catalog. 10th-12th grade students will be able to register for classes approximately two weeks before the start of the term.
10th-12th grade students will be required to submit their completed 10th-12th Grade application packet by:
10th-12th grade registration begins on:
10th-12th grade students are allowed to take only CSU and UC transferable classes. These courses are identified in the printed Class Schedule, online Class Schedule, and the Ohlone College Catalog.
Kindergarten-9th Grade Students
Kindergarten-9th grade students may register only in a limited number of course offerings. Kindergarten-9th grade students should refer to the Kindergarten-12th Grade Enrollment Steps and carefully follow the directions in the Kindergarten-9th grade application packet to avoid delays in processing.
Students need to submit their completed Kindergarten-9th grade application packet by a deadline several weeks before the start of the term. No applications for Kindergarten-9th grade students will be accepted after the deadline posted for each term. The deadline is available on the Academic Calendar. Early application is encouraged. The first day that admitted Kindergarten-9th grade students will be able to register is the first day of the term.
Kindergarten-9th grade students will be required to submit their completed Kindergarten-9th Grade application packet by:
Kindergarten-9th grade registration begins on:
No applications for Kindergarten-9th grade or 10th-12th grade students will be accepted after these dates. No exceptions. Early application is encouraged. Please plan ahead by obtaining signatures from school officials early.
Courses offered for Kindergarten-9th grade students have been restricted to the courses listed below.
- ASTR-101A General Astronomy
- BIOL-130 Introduction to Biology
- CHEM-102 Preparation for General Chemistry (Prerequisite: MATH-151 or Placement Test)
- CHEM-109 Biochemistry for Health Science & Biotech (Prerequisite: MATH-151 or Placement Test)
- CS-102 Introduction to Computer Science C++ (Prerequisite: MATH-152 or MATH-153 or Placement Test)
- ENGL-101A Reading & Written Composition (Prerequisite: ENGL-151B and ENGL-163 or Placement Test)
- MATH-101A Calculus w/Analytic Geometry (This course has a prerequisite/Placement Test)
- MATH-101B Calculus w/Analytic Geometry (Prerequisite: MATH-101A or Placement Test)
- MATH-101C Calculus w/Analytic Geometry (Prerequisite: MATH-101B or Placement Test)
- PHYS-108 Survey of Physics
Kindergarten-9th grade students may register only in a limited number of course offerings. The list approved classes will be posted on this page and in the Kindergarten-9th grade application packet.
High School Outreach
Ohlone College has a priority registration program - Freshman Days: Ohlone College Orientation - for interested high school students. High school seniors who satisfy the "Senior Checklist" by the appropriate dates will be eligible to begin signing up on the first day new students are able to begin registering. Classes fill up quickly, so you will have an advantage if you finish these steps and register for classes as early as possible. More information about Ohlone's high school programs is available at:
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