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Academic Planning

FAFSA and CA Dream Act

The California Department of Education and the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) urges all California high school seniors to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the California Dream Act Application (CADAA).  Filing financial aid applications is the first step toward college success and helps eligible students qualify for federal, state, and campus-based aid as well as some private scholarships. 

The deadline is March 2, 2021 for all four-year-institution-bound students.

FAFSA website

Undocumented Dreamer Students

Cash for College

ap info for the 2021-2022 school year

If students are planning to enroll in an AP/Honors course next year, please check to see if there is any summer homework that needs to be completed before the beginning of the school year.

*When students submit their completed course card, students must also submit an AP/Honors Contract

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DVC Concurrent Enrollment

If high school students wish to enroll in a course at DVC, please visit DVC's website to learn more about the admissions process and to complete the Special Admissions Form.  If you have any questions, DVC has drop in zoom appointments available here.

**Per MDUSD policy, students can not get high school credit for a DVC class if we offer that class at College Park**