Using High School Records

High School GPA Placement

If you are a new applicant you will receive a math and English placement automatically upon completion of the online admission application (CCCApply).

Current students who have graduated from high school in the last 10 years can use high school course work and GPA to be placed in math and English courses.

High School GPA Placement Tool

GPA Placement tool 

What is CAASPP?

CAASPP (California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress System) replaced the previous STAR testing. CAASPP encompasses multiple assessments including the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments for English language arts/literacy (ELA) and mathematics assessment. To learn more about the CAASPP, click here.

What is EAP?

EAP (Early Assessment Program) is a program that assesses students in grade eleven of high school for college-readiness. All grade eleven students in California take the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments for English language arts/literacy (ELA) and mathematics. These assessments are administered as part of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) System. To learn more about EAP, click here.

Students submit their EAP test results to Enrollment Services. If you received a score of "Standard Exceeded", you are eligible to enroll in English 100 or English 101.

What is AP?

AP (Advanced Placement) is the placement of a high school student in a high school course that offers college credit if the course is successfully completed. To learn more about Advanced Placement, click here.

MJC AP English Lit/Comp

MJC AP English Lang/Comp

Score
Placement
Score
Placement
3.5 ENGL 102, 103 3.5 ENGL 102, 103

MJC AP Math Calculus AB

MJC AP Math Calculus BC

Score
Placement
 Score
 Placement
4-5 Math 172  5 Math 173 
    4 Math 172