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Saddleback College Counselor at CVHS

Saddleback College Counselor at CVHS

Do you have questions about Saddleback College?  Then take the opportunity to make an appointment with Mrs. Marisa Perez-Amorde, our designated Saddleback College Counselor.  She will be on our campus every Tuesday from 9 AM to 1 PM, beginning September 20.  She can assist you and provide information on:
- Concurrent Enrollment
- Freshman Advantage
- Promise Program
- Counseling 100
 
And much more!! Click on the button below to schedule an appointment!
Freshman Advantage Program

Freshman Advantage Program

This program offers new first-time college students the opportunity to apply early, complete the Matriculation Process early, receive an early Freshman Advantage registration date, and enroll in classes before the majority of new and continuing Saddleback students.  Click on the button below for more info!
Honors Program

Honors Program

The Saddleback College Honors program gives highly motivated students the opportunity to enhance their collegiate experience and develop superior academic skills. Successful completion of the honors program may also enhance their chances to be accepted to many colleges and universities throughout the state and nation. Click on the button below for more info!
Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment

If you are currently enrolled in high school, you have the opportunity to enroll in a college course at any of the local community colleges, possibly tuition-free (other fees may apply).  This provides students with the opportunity to obtain college credit before graduating high school!  Please keep in mind that if you elect to take a college course, it cannot be used to fulfill a high school graduation requirement.  
 
Promise Program

Promise Program

Saddleback College promises to pay the first two years of college for eligible students. Registration fees, support for book costs, health fee, and ASB stamp are included! 
 
Counseling 100: College Success

Counseling 100: College Success

The Counseling 100 course is designed to introduce students to college and life success skills.  It focuses on the attitudes, habits, and behaviors of successful college students.  This college course is offered during the spring semester of senior year and meets once a week on our campus.  Students must be on track to graduate and not need these credits for graduation.
A-G Visual and Performing Art College Entrance "F" Requirement

A-G Visual and Performing Art College Entrance "F" Requirement

Students have the option to take an art course at Saddleback College to fulfill the Visual and Performing Art (VPA) requirement for the CSU/UC A=G requirements.  One semester of an approved college art course will fulfill the one-year VPA requirement.  If the student chooses to transfer the grade to San Juan Hills High School to be posted on their transcript, the student will receive 10 elective credits toward graduation.  Please speak with your school counselor for more information.  You can also follow the link below to view the transferable Saddleback art courses.