High school students can get an early start on their college experience and benefit from a variety of programs and services offered through Cañada College.
- High School & Community Relations
High School & Community Relations encourages high school students and community members, especially those from underserved populations, to pursue a college education as an avenue to reach their career and life goals..
- CTE Transitions
CTE Transitions is a coordinated program between the San Mateo County High Schools/ San Mateo County Office of Education Regional Occupational Program (SMCOE ROP)/Job Train and the San Mateo County Community College District (SMCCCD) to allow high school students to take “articulated” (comparable) classes in high school/ SMCOE ROP/Job Train and receive both high school and college units.
- College Connection Concurrent Enrollment Program (Grades 9-12)
Take college classes while you're still in high school!
- Priority Enrollment Program (PEP) & related enrollment information
For students who plan to enroll in Cañada College after high school.
- Middle College High School
A nontraditional high school collaboration between Cañada College and the Sequoia Union High School District
- Summer Enrichment Programs for High School Students
Cañada College has a number of summer programs for high school students through the STEM Center that are designed to explore the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), and help participants achieve their academic goals.
- Upward Bound Program (TRiO)
A pre-college program designed to assist first-generation students prepare for college.