Early College Credit
Dual enrollment programs offer high school students opportunities to take tuition-free college courses on a high school or college campus. These programs offer a challenging curriculum, exposure to college environments, and an opportunity to earn college units while still in high school.
Dual Enrollment Offerings
SBVC Early College Program - Bloomington, Colton & Grand Terrace High School
For 8th-grade students wanting to apply, you will need to download the application packet linked below, complete it, and submit it by 4:00 pm on February 23, 2024. If you have any questions, please email:
Christopher Herlihy Christopher_Herlihy@cjusd.net or call Bloomington High School at (909) 580-5004.
John Abbott John_Abbott@cjusd.net or call Colton High School at (909) 580-5005.
Charles Neighbours Charles_Neighbours@cjusd.net or call Grand Terrace High School at (909) 580-5006.
Early College is not for everyone. Our program is a 4-year commitment, so please make careful considerations when applying to our program. If you submit an application without meeting the minimum requirements, you will not be considered for the program.
* PLEASE NOTE: Only CURRENT 8th-grade students will be considered for the 2028 cohort.
IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER:
Friday, February 23, 2024, at 4:00 PM Application Packet, Transcript, and 3 References Due.
- Student Information Sheet
- Student/Parent contract
- SBVC Authorization to Release Student Information
- Three references
Acceptance/Denial email letters will be distributed before Spring Break.
High school students earn college units for a CTE course that has been validated by college faculty as equivalent to their college course. Units are awarded after a student completes the high school CTE course and completes the community college articulation process. Units are posted to their college transcripts as "Credit by Exam".
Introduction to Engineering & Design
Introduction to Business