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Academic Planning

Tutoring!

  • Math Tutoring - on campus every Monday in H-5 from 3:30-4:30pm.

  • Peer Tutoring - on campus every Tuesday and Thursday after school from 3:30-4:30pm in the library. 

  • French, English, Spanish support - Mondays and Fridays after school with Mr. Altschull in room S-8.

  • Brainfuse - on demand, anytime, anywhere eLearning for multiple subjects.


DVC Concurrent Enrollment

Per College Park High School policy, students cannot receive high school credit for a class taken at a community college or another online school if we already offer that class at College Park.

Step 1:  Start application by clicking CCCAPPLY

  • You will need a new application for the new year
  • You will receive a confirmation email (Check spam if you don't get that email in 12 hours).

Step 2:   Once you are accepted, you will login to your Insite account Insite.  It will ask you to reset your password.  Instructions

Step 3: All high school students must submit the Special Admission Form.

The form must be:

  • Submitted each term
  • Filled out by the high school student and list the courses (and sections) the student wishes to take
  • Electronically signed by the student, parent, and high school principal/counselor/designee.
    • Include your College Park counselor's name in the "contact section" so that your counselor can electronically sign the form.
  • Submitted online to Admissions and Records.
  • **If the class DOES have a prerequisite you may apply for clearance here. You should do this BEFORE registration starts as it may take about 3 business days for review.
  • Check insite (DVC) email for updates.

Step 4:  Once the form is complete, log in to Insite, go to "Registration" tile, go to "Register & Drop" to search for class with section number.  "Pin" the section.  You can save it as "Favorites".

Step 5:  Check insite emails for updates and for when Admission and Records clear you to register.

How to Complete Special Admission Form and Prerequisite Form (Video)


Summer Reading Skills Program

Cal State East Bay is offering summer programs for 9th and 10th grade students designed to improve reading and study skills and to stimulate a greater interest in reading.  

Please see this flyer for more information.


Volunteer Opportunities

Growing Healthy Kids, a non-profit that runs outdoor education programs with MDUSD students.  There are multiple upcoming opportunities for students at College Park to earn service hours by volunteering to plant trees!

We're looking for 10 volunteer tree planters for each of these dates:

These are the volunteer days that can use extra hands: 

Students should register ahead of time on the website.  Please check the volunteer portal with a full list of volunteer opportunities. 

Upcoming opportunities on their volunteer portal: GrowingHealthyKidsBayArea.org/Volunteer


Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project

The Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project, Inc. (CLYLP) was founded in 1982 with the primary purpose of preparing students to participate in California’s economic, social and political development.  CLYLP is guided by the overall theme "California’s Future Leaders," and its programs emphasize the importance of culture, community, college and careers.  This program helps students who want to find their place in academic while celebrating and learning about their culture throughout the college process.  

Deadline to apply:  March 17, 2024

Program Information

Application


5th Grade Camp Counselors/Cabin Leader Opportunity

Valhalla Elementary School and Bancroft Elementary School each have an opportunity for our

  • CP students please see the attachment regarding support needed for Valhalla Elementary School's 5th Grade Camp. Click here for the Google Form from Valhalla.  March 18- March 21st.
  • CP students please see the attachment regarding support needed for Bancroft Elementary School's 5th Grade Camp.  March 25th - March 28th.

CCAP Programs (Dual Enrollment)

Get college-ready by taking college classes, at no additional cost, while you are still enrolled in high school! DVC offers dual enrollment through College and Career Access Pathway (CCAP) programs. Students must be in a listed school district, below, and follow the program’s application process to enroll in Dual Enrollment courses.

If you are trying to take DVC courses independently while you are attending high school, please follow our steps to enroll for concurrent high school students. If you are not sure which process to complete, please check in with your high school counselor or email us at EarlyCollegeCredit@dvc.edu.

Steps to enroll for dual enrollment students

Concord High School
  • ARTDM-214 - Introduction to Graphic Design
  • CONST-114 - Print Reading
Mt. Diablo High School
  • PH-130 - Introduction to Public Health
Ygnacio Valley High School
  • ECE-124 - Child Development and Psychology

For all programs, please contact Heather Fontanilla (fontanillah@mdusd.org)


Asian Pacific Youth Leadership Project

The Asian Pacific Youth Leadership Project (APYLP) is pleased to announce that applications for the 32nd Annual Leadership Conference for high school students are now available and being accepted. Open to all current 11th and 12th grade California high school students, the four-day conference will take place March 21 – March 24, 2024.  Up to fifty (50) students will be chosen to participate. 

Click here for more information


Junior Monitors for AAUW Girl's STEM Conference

The American Association of University Women (AAUW-OML) is looking for high schoolers interested in STEM subjects to become junior monitors for an upcoming conference.  The conference is organized to maintain women’s interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) as most girls begin to lose their interest in STEM classes in middle school. 

On March 16, 2024 the AAUW-OML will hold a conference at Saint Mary's College where girls will explore multiple workshops that can inspire them to continue enjoying STEM.  Junior monitors will assist a STEM professional in setting up their workshop and teaching three sessions on March 16th.  They will also be in charge of guiding the students, as well as taking and reporting attendance throughout their three sessions.  At the end of the day, they must be able to administer and turn in evaluations. 

Students must be available on March 16th from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for the conference and from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on March 10th for the training. Please complete this form if you are interested.