High School Student

Step 1: 

Complete Dual Enrollment Form
  • Discuss program and course options with your high school counselor.
  • Complete Dual Enrollment Form.
  • Be sure that parents/guardians and the high school principal/designee complete their required sections. 
  • Submit Dual Enrollment Form by email to admissions@compton.edu.
Step 2: 

Apply for Admission to Compton College 
  • Submit an Application for Admission to Compton College.
  • After you apply, you will receive an email with your student ID number, password, and instructions to register for classes.
  • An email will be sent to your Compton College (@compton.edu) email address regarding the status of your Dual Enrollment application. If accepted, you will be permitted to register only for the approved classes.
  • If processed, you will be permitted to register only for the approved classes.
Step 3:

Complete Dual Enrollment Orientation
  • Complete orientation online for Dual Enrollment students. Not available at this time.
  • For more information, call 310-900-1600, ext. 2765
Step 4: 

Complete All Prerequisites and/or Level Up Survey

  • Complete the Level-Up Survey for math placement. This is required for all high school students. 
  • If you are an 11th or 12th grader, complete the Level-Up Survey for English placement.
  • Submit a copy of your unofficial transcript to admissions@compton.edu assist with prerequisite course clearances and placement.
Step 5: 

Register for Classes
  • Log in to your MyCompton student portal for your appointment date to register for classes.
  • Register for approved class(es) on your designated appointment date and time.
  • Print your schedule as confirmation of registration.
GRADE LEVEL Additional Criteria or Requirements
9th and 10th grade
  • Must have a 2.0 GPA or higher
  • Submit an unofficial high school transcript
Kindergarten to 8th grade Submit four items:

  • Letter from a school principal 
  • Letter from a parent or guardian
  • Unofficial school transcripts
  • Letter of recommendation from a high school English teacher that provides examples of the following: the student’s college-readiness level (time management, study skills, reading comprehension and writing ability, etc.); evidence of maturity (ability to be self-motivated to complete assignments and homework); evidence of being a well-rounded student (school activities or extracurricular activities)


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