ANAHEIM : High Schools Offer College Work on TV
High school students who are willing to come to school a little earlier or stay a little later can get a head start on college.
Each semester, students in the Anaheim Union High School District can sit in on college classes conducted at Cal Poly Pomona through a televised hookup at certain district schools.
For $4 a term, students can take introductory college courses in psychology, philosophy and visual arts that are transferable for college. This year, two new classes will be added: astronomy of the solar system and social issues.
In addition, courses that discuss various professions, such as business, science and teaching, are also available, she said.