Dating a college student in high school
Principals from both public and private high schools may recommend college enrollment for students who have demonstrated adequate preparation in the discipline to be studied.Recommendations from private high school principals for enrollment in college classes will only be accepted from private schools which have filed the proper affidavit with the Superintendent of Public Instruction.Private schools not listed as active on the California Department of Education website must provide the college with proof of filing the affidavit.Home-schooled students must provide proof of filing as a private school OR may obtain sign-off from the local public high school that the student would normally be attending.Students wishing to receive high school credit in addition to college credit should consult with their high school counselor.Students must be enrolled in high school and are limited to less than 12.0 units at Contra Costa College.
COED MAGAZINE AUGUST 2006 BY JULIA ALLISON When I began my freshman year, I read a little book called “Making the Most Out of College.” It featured dozens of upperclass students and recent grads giving advice on various topics: grades, professors, dating, extracurriculars.
The specifics were almost irrelevant, because all echoed an identical sentiment: “If I had only known then what I know now.” News flash: You will feel this way in four years no matter what you do.
The question is, how much will you suffer in the meantime?
Still, you’re going to make loads of mistakes your freshman year. Look, it’s FAR better to find yourself naked, hung over, covered in shaving cream and tied to a flagpole when you’re in college …
Meeting a Girl Establishing a Relationship Making It Work Community Q&A Whether you dated a lot in high school or not at all, college is a whole new ballgame when it comes to relationships.
There are plenty of opportunities to meet new people, but it can seem impossible to make a relationship work with a busy student schedule.