High School Referral - Academic Year Program

  1. Read the 2021-22 Flyer and Guidelines

  2. If you are a new student, complete the Mt. SAC Noncredit Application at www.mtsac.edu/noncreditapp

  3. REQUIRED - All students must complete the HSR Self-Registration Form (scroll down)

  4. Wait to hear from us about how to get started!

HSR Flyer 2021-22.pdf

1. Read over the 2021-22 Overview & Guidelines

Please click on this document to review both pages of it. The student's parent/legal guardian will be asked to sign that you have read and agree to the guidelines in the Self-Registration Form.

HSR classes offer instructor, tutor, and/or counselor support Monday-Thursday evenings.

Students who haven't taken a HSR class online before will need to watch the Orientation Video before starting class. It will help you learn about the Portal, Canvas, and program requirements.

Please note that classes will not be available during the Mt. SAC winter break (December 10-January 2nd) and the spring break (February 11-20th). Also, if you do not submit at least one assignment per semester you could be dropped from the course.

2. Complete the HIGH SCHOOL Noncredit App (new students only)

***If you already have a Mt. SAC ID# you can skip this step.

Click here for a guide to completing the Noncredit App.

If you are a new student, go to www.mtsac.edu/noncreditapp and create an account by clicking on "New User Registration".

Please do NOT use your school email address to create your account as many schools block Mt. SAC emails and you won't be able to complete the application.

After you create your account, you will then get an email that allows you to sign into the application. When prompted, select the "High School Application" NOT the "General Application".

If you have trouble with this form, email Omi at omiri@mtsac.edu.

3. REQUIRED - Complete the HSR Student Registration Form

High School Referral - Summer Program (June & July)

Click here for more info on our summer program and to enroll!

Adult High School Diploma & GED/HiSET Orientation

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