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12th grade students attend DeAnza College full time with minimal support.  Students must be highly motivated, have demonstrated strong academic abilities at their home school and are ready to move on towards a college education.  Hours depend on student schedule.  — link to more info

  

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11th and 12th grade students attend DeAnza College full time while receiving instruction in their core subjects from FUHSD staff members located at the college.  Students are also provided academic and personal guidance and support. The program is housed at DeAnza College and meets 5 days a week. Hours vary depending on schedule.  — link to more info

 

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11th and 12th grade students are eligible to take classes at De Anza College during the regular school year. De Anza classes are intended for enrichment purposes only (for college credit only) and do not appear on the high school transcript unless written permission is received from a high school administrator PRIOR to taking a De Anza course. Students fund the cost of their enrollment and materials. Students may take up to 11 units per quarter except for the summer quarter which is only 6 units.  — link to more info