Bridge2College Program Summer 2011 Orientations

The Bridge to College Program provides students the opportunity to concurrently enroll in college courses while still in high school.

Start your college career taking:

  • Advanced scholastic academic work
  • Vocational Training
  • Non-Credit Courses

Registration Process

Step 1: Fill out the LATTC Application for Admission and K-12 form

(You must meet with your High School Counselor to complete the K-12 Form)

Students who wish to enroll in English and Math must go through the college assessment process by taking the Accuplacer test based on their TABE test scores and have a placement on or above English 101 and/or Math 125. (As of Fall 2009 Eng 28 and Math 115 are Non-Degree Applicable courses)

HOMESCHOOLED STUDENTS:

Step 2: Contact the LATTC Bridge to College Program to sign up for a MANDATORY Orientation accompanied by a parent or guardian.

You must submit your k-12 application prior to signing up for an orientation.

Step 3: Succeed! Get involved and enjoy the college experience!

Summer 2011- Science Technology Academy

Earn College Credits in 5-weeks!

Qualified high school students (10th-12th graders) will be able to participate in this summer’s Science Technology Academy (July 5 to August 5).

Students in Science Technology Academy will be able to participate in hands-on projects, career speaker panels and much more!

Science Technology Academy classes:

  • Architecture
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Fashion Technology
  • Construction Technology
  • Automotive Technology
  • Welding Technology

ORIENTATIONS (Required):

Thursdays @ 5:30pm

  • May 19, 2011
  • May 26, 2011
  • June 2, 2011
  • June 9, 2011
  • June 16, 2011

For Information Contact:

LATTC Bridges to Success Center, ST 316

400 W Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015

Tel: (213)763-5560 • http://college.lattc.edu/bridges

The Science Technology Academy is Funded by Title V – HSI STEM – US Department of Education. and has special program eligibility requirements. Interested individuals, including current LATTC students and the general public, can find out more information during one of our orientations.