Middle College at Skyline College Still Accepting Fall 2020 Applications

South San Francisco, CA   July 13, 2020 Submitted by Mauritania Goodman

NOTE: All of our high school and college classes will be fully online for the FALL 2020 semester. Students will earn both high school and college credit all while at home staying safe. – M. Goodman

Still accepting application for fall 2020

We here at the Middle College hope that you all are doing well and that each and every one of you are staying safe and healthy. During the “shelter in place” our application process has changed. Please contact Martina Center-Goodman via phone or via email should you have any questions.

An exciting alternative to traditional high school.

Middle College is an alternative education program offered by the South San Francisco Unified School District and San Mateo Union High School District in collaboration with Skyline College that provides high school students with an exciting and challenging learning environment where they can take control of their own education, complete high school graduation, and begin accumulating college credits. The Middle College is located on the Skyline College campus in San Bruno.

Middle College students complete the requirements for high school graduation while enrolled in college courses on the Skyline College campus. Students take their high school courses that include self-development and college & Career exploration. Students can save $25,000 in college expenses.

Middle College at Skyline College offers:

  • A mature alternative to the traditional high school environment
  • A chance to get a head start on your college degree while earning your high school diploma
  • A transition to college in a flexible, supportive and academically enriched environment
  • A refreshing challenge with increased individual attention
  • FREE Tuition

 

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