CHC Dual Enrollment
The Dual Enrollment partnership between Redlands Unified School District and Crafton Hills College began as a pilot program for RUSD high school students during the spring semester of 2016 and provides high school students the opportunity to earn high school and college credit while taking college classes on RUSD high school campuses during the regular school day or on Zoom after school hours. The classes, which are being offered at no cost to RUSD students, offer college credit that is often transferrable to UC, Cal State, and Community Colleges.
High School Credits: High school students who successfully complete a Dual Enrollment course with a grade of C- or higher, will automatically have the course added to their high school transcripts for elective or core credit, depending on the course. Any student who wishes to have the unweighted grades/credits excluded from their transcript must complete the Request for Removal of Earned Dual Enrollment Credits form and return it to the high school site's registrar no later than the end of the semester directly following the semester in which the credits were earned. The decision to exclude credits is final and cannot be reversed once the form has been submitted.
*Dual Enrollment courses are open to currently enrolled RUSD students who have completed 10th grade and who have a minimum recommended 2.0 academic GPA.
Upcoming Enrollment Information
Additional Questions and Counselors
Additional questions about the Dual Enrollment Partnership and further information about Crafton Hills College can be found at: www.craftonhills.edu/hspartnerships.
Specific questions regarding dual enrollment registration should be directed to the appropriate high school site adjunct counselor:
Shana Delmonico (All Students)