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May 20 is the last day Seniors must have completed a "make-up" class for graduation, including Cyber High, BYU Independent Studies or Chabot courses.


Students who take community college courses have the option to add those courses to their HUSD transcript.  Procedures vary for the 3 types of Chabot courses:

1) Articulated Courses (e.g. Entrepreneurship, Sports Medicine). 
For students who earn an A or B grade, HHS counselors will provide the student with a copy of this transcript and a Chabot Transcript to HUSD Transcript form to complete if they'd like this grade to be put on their HUSD transcript.

2) Chabot Classes @ HHS after school (Middle College/Bridge to College)
For students who earn any grade in this course, HHS counselors will provide the student with a copy of this transcript and a Chabot Transcript to HUSD Transcript form to complete if they'd like this grade to be put on their HUSD transcript.

3) Chabot Classes @ Chabot: Students will have to request an OFFICIAL transcript from Chabot and provide this to the HHS Registrar if they'd like this class to be entered on their HHS transcript.

Chabot College provides opportunities for high school students to enroll in college-level, degree-applicable courses for advanced scholastic or advanced vocational purposes. Students who desire to participate in concurrent enrollment must be recommended by their counselor and have written parental permission. Concurrently enrolled students will be permitted to enroll in no more than six units per semester or two classes. The students will be treated as regular college students and are expected to comply with all college rules and regulations. 
Dual Enrollment: HUSD YEP "Bridge to College" sponsored Chabot courses taught on the high school campus after school
Concurrent Enrollment: regular Chabot courses (not HUSD sponsored)

Chabot Concurrent Enrollment @ Chabot (spring 2021)

How HHS 10th, 11th, and 12th graders can take Chabot courses this Spring 2021. 

Spring Deadline to Apply:
December 15, 2020 

Visit your
HHS Counselor during their drop-in office hours (view their webpages to see when and how) to:

A. Discuss which course(s) you might take and get a digital copy of your HUSD transcript (needed for step 2).  
View Chabot HUSD Course Equivalencies to see which Chabot classes can also count for HUSD subject areas.
View Chabot IGETC courses to see which classes can count for transferable credit to CSU/UC (start with the first link at top left)
View Chabot courses with no pre-requisites and recommended for high school students (see page 4).
View Chabot Course Catalog to learn more about each course.
1 Chabot unit = 3.3 HUSD units
3 Chabot units = 10 HUSD units (equivalent to year-long HUSD course)

B. View the schedule of Chabot courses to see when and how the courses you want are offered. All courses are online this Spring. There are two types of online courses:
        Synchronous: taught by a teacher at regular times/days via distance learning modules (e.g. Zoom)
         Asynchronous: course taught completely online, almost no structured times. 
Note: Thursday classes are indicated with the letter "R".  Also, if the time says "TBA," the course is asynchronous (no class time, you do the course on your own time).

Complete the Chabot application 
(click on the black "CCCApply" button)

After applying, you will receive an email about 24-48 hours later with your Chabot "W" number (your Chabot student ID number) and your "Application Confirmation Number."  Once you get both numbers via this email, proceed to Phase III.  If you don't get this email within 3 days, email

Need help? Please contact Chavonna Perkins from the HHS College & Career Center during her drop-in office hours listed on her webpage.


C. Complete the online Recommendation for Concurrent Enrollment and Release of Personal Information Form.
Important!  Put your counselor's name and email where it says, "Your School Principal / Designee Name and Email."  Do not put our Principal's info there.

When asked for your email, use your personal email. 

Where the Concurrent Enrollment form asks for your "Chabot Student ID," put your Chabot "W" number. 

Choose your class(es) 
if there's space:

A. On your provided registration date, log in to Class-Web with your W# and your pin (your 6 digit birthdate for the first time- then the system will prompt you to change your pin to a new 6 digit number).  
B. Under “Student Services”, click on “Add/Drop” classes and “Search for classes”
C. Look up the course(s) you were approved to take and click on the box next to the time/days you want.
D. Select “Submit changes”
E. Check with your instructor as to the deadline to drop the course without it being on your transcript should you later choose the class is not right for you. 
COVID Update for Spring 2021: Chabot is allowing a special exception for students to drop a class towards the end of the semester without the class going on the transcript, called "Extraordinary Withdrawal."

Note: Assessment procedures have changed.  Students wishing to take English or Math need to follow "guided self-placement" recommendations.  Please view the Chabot Assessment Center website for more information.  

Note: While tuition is waived for high school students, there is a mandatory fee of $21 health services fee that must be paid later.  Chabot will tell you when and how you can make this payment within your Class-Web account at a later point.  You will be able to pay online with a credit card or mail a check.

spring 2021 Bridge to College Class

HHS Students can now choose from one of TWO "dual enrollment" Chabot/HUSD courses this Spring 2021!

Course #1:
Child, Family, and Community - ECD 62
Description: Patterns of family living in contemporary society, including the varying roles and interactions of family members; demographic, socio-cultural, racial, educational, economic, historical, and developmental factors affecting children, families, and relationship of the family to early care and education and to community resources. The processes of socialization and identity development will be highlighted.  CSU transferable

Course #2:
Fundamentals of Speech - COMM 1
Description: Fundamentals of speech communication; emphasis on developing, stating, organizing, and researching ideas, and presenting to an audience; includes developing the faculties of critical listening and problem-solving.  CSU and UC transferable

Both courses are Tuesdays & Thursdays 
Time: 3:00-4:30 PM
Class begins on January 19, 2021 and ends on May 28, 2021.
3 Chabot units (10 HUSD units)
Deadline to pre-register: Friday, November, 6, 2020 at 5:00 PM.

Spring 2021 Bridge to College courses will be conducted in a distance learning format, online.

Earn college credits! 
Course and books are free of cost! 

To participate, students must:

  • Be enrolled in 9th through 12th grade at the time of enrollment

  • Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher

  • Complete the YEP and Chabot College online application process HERE.



Who to Contact

HHS Counselors

Paul Gonsalves
HHS Chabot Concurrent Enrollment Liaison

Imani Alexander
HHS YEP Coordinator
Chabot Concurrent Enrollment @ HHS
(510) 723-3170 Ext. 61261

(510) 935-1107 cell

Michael Lai
Concurrent Enrollment Specialist
25555 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94545
(510) 723-6779

How much does it cost?

High school students are not charged the units cost for Chabot courses.  However, high school students must pay the mandatory $3 mailing fee and $14 health fee ($17 total) plus any required books and/or materials.

Undocumented/AB540 students are not eligible for free tuition since they have not yet graduated high school (a pre-requisite of AB540) but they may apply for Reclassification from NonResident Tuition Status Form so they don't have to pay for the concurrent enrollment class.

Wanna save $ on books?  Try buying a used book at the Chabot bookstore or on Amazon.  Also, check out Staples Book Rental.