College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) allows high school students to enroll in Citrus College courses at their local high school, giving them first-hand exposure to the requirements of college-level work while simultaneously earning high school and college credit. Resident, resident exempt students, nonresident and international students may participate in the CCAP program.
Some programs range from stand alone courses to full four-year programs where students earn over 30 units of college credit. Courses are taught by Citrus College faculty at college level and are offered free of charge (no fees). Materials, such a textbooks, are also provided free of charge.
Interested students are encouraged to speak to their high school counselor. High schools select the students who may participate in CCAP courses.
CCAP/Early College School Districts
- Azusa Unified School District
- Duarte Unified School District
- Monrovia Unified School District
- Glendora Unified School District
- Claremont Unified School District