Early/Middle College High School or Dual Enrollment options in San Diego, CA?

<p>I've been trying to find some, but so far I can only find Grossmont...I guess I'm not the best at searching :/</p>

<p>My piano teacher told me that there are a lot of schools like this, that are also completely free and pay for the textbooks and everything, and by the end of it, you can complete at least two years of college credits.
I don't mind paying for the textbooks though. Just not the classes )))</p>

<p>Grossmont is slightly far away, so I was hoping someone would know some other options?</p>

<p>Thanks in advance! )))</p>

<p>You probably want to check into some charter schools such as Julian or Dehesa. They may allow you to take dual enrollment for free. Be aware, because of the budget cuts, it is very difficult to get classes. Being that you haven't even registered, the chances of you getting any classes for the fall (which starts in two weeks from yesterday) is very slim. You might get the ball rolling, though.</p>

<p>What area of San Diego are you in? There's also City, Mesa, and Miramar, which are all a part of the San Diego Community College District. They are all in the city of San Diego. There's Palomar in North County which is quite friendly to homeschoolers. Palomar, I believe, doesn't charge for high schoolers but again, classes are impacted and hard to get into.</p>

<p>Another option is auditing classes at local universities (audit meaning for free).</p>

<p>My son's done a mix of CC and audited classes. We could never afford university tuition.</p>

<p>One other thought: What's your local high school? At some local high schools, kids can take dual enrolled classes.</p>

<p>Talk you your HS counselor. My D attends a Middle College program. It is a joint program with the local CC and the HS district. Contact your home HS or the HS district offices to see what programs are offered in your area.</p>