The mission of the Hart District CCR Program is to cultivate the potential in our students by integrating rigorous academic classroom instruction with relevant, work-based experiences that guide, inspire, and empower in preparation for college and careers.
WHAT IS CCR?
The Hart District Career & College Readiness Courses (CCR) provide work-based learning and career guidance to Hart District students. Priority enrollment is given to high school students. Adults may enroll in some classes on a space-available basis; adult fees vary.
Students may enroll in CCR to learn entry-level employment skills, explore careers, and/or to prepare for advanced training programs.
CCR benefits include, but not limited to:
WHY ENROLL IN CCR?
Students who successfully complete an CCR course can obtain:
› High School credit towards graduation
› Job Skills needed for full & part-time employment
› Certificates of Achievement
› Paid & unpaid on-the-job training (available in many classes)
› Instruction on how to find & keep a job
› Curriculum planned with assistance of local employer
In addition, many college students use their CCR training to gain schoolwork experience in their chosen career field. Income earned helps pay college tuition & fees!
HOW TO ENROLL IN CCR:
Students must be enrolled in a Hart District High School or Hart District sponsored school. Priority enrollment is given to students who have declared a pathway. Eligible students may enroll in a wide variety of courses by contacting the CCR Specialist at any local high school or by calling (661) 259-0033, Ext. 231 for details. Adults interested in job retraining through the Hart District may enroll in classes through the Golden Oak Adult School program.
WHEN DO CLASSES START AND WHOM DO I CONTACT?
Most CCR classes start at the beginning of each regular school semester. Summer courses are also available.
› Fall Semester - August to December
› Spring Semester - January to May
› Summer Classes - June to August
WHAT IS THE COST?
CCR is TUITION FREE. Some courses may require a lab/materials fee or the purchase of a uniform. Check course description for applicable fees.
CCR classes are offered throughout the Santa Clarita Valley at local high schools. The classes may be conducted as classroom only, hybrid on-line format, community classroom training, or cooperative vocational education courses.
Students are required to provide their own transportation to CCR classes.
For complete information, please contact the CCR Specialist at Valencia High School.