High School Completion
Although De Anza cannot grant a high school diploma, many high schools in the area recommend that students 18 years of age or older complete their high school requirements by taking college courses. A student who chooses to obtain a diploma in this way should obtain a statement from the principal or a counselor of the high school indicating:
The California State Department of Education has recommended that equivalent credit be granted on a two-to-one ratio as follows:
Upon completion of the college course, the student should request the De Anza registrar to send a transcript of his or her college record to the high school. If courses which fulfill high school graduation requirements do not constitute a full program, the student may enroll in additional courses for college credit for which he or she qualifies.
Current high school students are also admissible provided they have a High School Concurrent Enrollment Form signed by their high school principal or designee and by a parent or guardian.