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Academic Goals

U’College Academy (UCA) offers students an early college experience by providing high school courses alongside college courses in a challenging, supportive, and motivating environment.  All UCA students who complete the program will be A-G eligible for CSU and UC and will earn significant college credit towards their IGETC (Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum). Some students will even earn their Associates Degree or Chaffey College certificates upon high school graduation.

9th Grade

During the summer before 9th grade, it is optional for students to take Guidance 3 through Chaffey College to get a feel for college coursework. Beginning in the Fall semester, students will be concurrently enrolled in both high school and college classes.

Below is a sample schedule for a 9th grade U’College Academy student: 

9th Grade UHS Schedule

Period 1: Math
Period 2: Early College I*
Period 3: English I
Period 4: PE
Period 5: Biology
Period 6: World History /AVID /Foreign Language

+2 Chaffey College Courses per Semester:

  1. Guidance 3: Career Exploration & Life Planning
  2. Choice of Art
  3. Choice of Humanity or Foreign Language
  4. Choice of Social or Behavioral Science 

*Students have time during Early College I to work on their Chaffey College courses during the school day.

10th-12th Grade

Provided the student meets all high school and college program requirements, they will remain in the U’College program through 12th grade. This program does not offer early graduation. Each semester, UCA students will take 1-3 college classes, 11 units maximum, in addition to their full high school course load. The work for the courses may be completed in the Early College period which will be a class during the school day. AP classes may also be taken to help fulfill IGETC and major requirements.