In keeping with our goal to assist our students in becoming college and career ready, Marina High will continue to provide students the opportunity to earn college credit, while still in high school, through the Dual Enrollment program.
At Marina High, students who enroll in a general Monterey Peninsula College (MPC) course (typically those located at the MPC campus), will have their tuition waived, but students will be responsible for potential course and book fees. MaHS students who enroll in College and Career Access Pathway (CCAP) courses (typically located at Marina High) will have their tuition, course, and book fees covered by the district. Distinction between which course a student is electing to take will be made when completing the Dual Enrollment Form.
Specific guidelines for the Dual Enrollment program are outlined below
- Must be a current or incoming Marina High student to participate in the program
- Certain courses may require a 10th, 11th, or 12th grade student standing prior to enrollment
- Students taking a course located at the MPC campus will provide own transportation
- MPC courses will not count towards a student's minimum, full-time enrollment requirement (i.e. a student must have at least three MaHS courses per day)
- The student remains ultimately responsible for adding or dropping any MPC courses, as MaHS does not have access to student's MPC accounts
- MPC units will be transferred to MaHS on the following scale
- 1 MPC units = 3 MaHS credits
- 2 MPC units = 6 MaHS credits
- 3-5 MPC units = 10 MaHS credits
- MPC courses that are a minimum of three units, and UC/CSU transferable, will have grades transferred on a weighted GPA scale
Courses Offered at Marina High
Dual Enrollment Forms