Summer Enrichment 2021 Enrollment TBD

What is RS Summer Enrichment?

RS Summer Enrichment allows current Running Start students and future fall 2020 quarter Running Start students to participate in summer quarter class/es. RS Summer Enrichment students pay college tuition, student fees, class fees, for books and transportation. RS Summer Enrichment is not high school summer school, students take regular college classes with regular college students. This is an adult learning environment.

Other important notes about RS Summer Enrichment:

There is not any financial aid or scholarships available for the RS Summer Enrichment Program. It is the student’s responsibility to send college transcript to their High School if they want to received credit.

Student are responsible for all college policies and procedures and the student conduct code.

RS Summer Enrichment Participation Information:

Summer 2021 quarter begins TBD

Note: If you are under the age of 16 and are currently in the Running Start Program or are starting the Running Start Program in September 2020, you can participate in the RS Summer Enrichment Program.

The RS Summer Enrichment Program is only offered during the summer quarter, The Running Start Program is the only program we offer during the traditional K-12 school year.

Students who are 18 years old are considered regular students regardless of high school grade level, and do not need to apply to BC through RS Summer Enrichment. They must apply as regular college students through Enrollment Service Office.


Policies and procedures:
Student Conduct:


Center for High School Programs Event Calendar:

Events, workshops, closures and other important information can be found on the link above (WIP) work in progress. You can also review the college’s academic calendar here for college wide closures such as holidays and other important dates.

The RS Summer Enrichment Program allows students who are 16 and 17 years old and who meet the admissions criteria to enrich their high school education by taking more challenging college level classes.