Apply and Register for SBCC Classes at my High School

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The Dual Enrollment Program currently offers classes at Bishop Diego, Carpinteria, Dos Pueblos, San Marcos, and Santa Barbara High Schools. Each semester we offer over 100 courses that are college level, general education courses and others that introduce students to different career pathways. Many of our classes are CSU and/or UC transferable. The classes can assist you in receiving a Certificate or Associate's Degree from SBCC or transferring to a four year university!

A few tips before you get started

  • All steps need to be completed in the order listed as each step builds on the previous.
  • Use the tutorials and guides in each section to avoid errors and prevent delays

Steps to Complete: 

  • Meet with your high school counselor to review current course offerings. You can select a class as part of your school's course request process.

  • During the first week of class, you will receive instructions on how to apply to the college. DO NOT self-register through Pipeline. You will be added to the class by SBCC when the class begins and your paperwork is processed.

    If you have been instructed to get your CCCApply username and password OR apply to the college, click here to be redirected to CCCApply.

     NOTE: If you are currently taking an SBCC class, your application is still valid for the following term and you can skip this step.

  • Go to Pipeline, the online student portal, and follow the prompts to 'Find Account.' You will need the last four digits of your social security number or your CCCID. Your parent will need your K# to complete the online forms. Where is my CCCID?  Where is my K#?

  • 4A. Have your parent/guardian complete the online Parent Consent Form. For instructions please visit parent page here. Your parent/guardian only needs to do this once. 

Classes offered by departments and disciplines at various high schools:

Allied Health - Nursing Finance
Allied Health - Medical Terminology Freshman Seminar: Personal Planning
Automotive Services & Technology Graphic Design
Art History History
Construction Technology  Marketing
Culinary Arts *Mathematics
*Economics Multimedia Arts & Technology
Education Music
*English Composition & Literature Photography
Entrepreneurship Political Science
Environmental Horticulture Spanish
 Film Production Television Studio Production

*Placement required prior to enrollment in class.  If you have further questions about placement, please click here.

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