The California College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) Program at Southwestern College is an Advanced Scholastic and a Career and Technical Education Program that allows high school students in 10th through 12th grade to apply for dual enrollment at Southwestern College (SWC). This program was formerly known as College Bound
At least 400 students every semester are enhancing their high school education and are earning college credit at the same time, thanks to a unique collaborative effort between the Sweetwater Union High School District, other surrounding charter schools, private schools and Southwestern College.
As part of the CCAP program, students are getting more mileage from after-school classes, like Psychology and Art. These "two-for-one" classes allow students to earn elective credits at the high school level and build up college credits that are transferable to Southwestern College or any University of California or California State University campus. Students accomplish all this without ever leaving their home campus.
If you are interested in taking a CCAP course, contact your high school counselor to see which courses are being offered at your school.
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Complete the CCAP student questionnaire to get started!
If the questionnaire prompted you to complete any of the following steps, here is more information.
For High School Partners
To add, remove or change students from one class to another please submit the CCAP Change Request Form. Please note all changes must be done through this form and not through email.
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
FERPA mandates that while minor high school students attend college, they are considered regular college students, and the privacy of their educational records is protected. Only the student has a right to their academic record. We will not release student information to parents without the prior written consent of the student.