It is time to review your placement results to see if you need to update your high school records once the spring semester concludes. Learn more below.
Starting Fall 2022, the California Community College Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) is requiring major changes to the Math and English course offerings at Santa Rosa Junior College. Learn More.

High School Students

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9-11th Grade

Updating end of 9-11th grade records

Please review our placement calculations page to determine if you need to update your high school records once your final spring grades are posted.


Math Placement

If you are currently in the 9–11th grade and wish to take math or a course with a math prerequisite, please report your current High School Records to get a math placement. Your math placement will expire at the end of your 9th, 10th, and 11th grade years, allowing an opportunity for the information to be refreshed.


English Placement

If you are currently in the 9-11th grade and wish to take English or a course with an English prerequisite, please complete the English Guided Self-Placement. The English Guided Self-Placement will allow you to enroll in English 1A, English 1A paired with English 50 support course, or ESL 10.


ESL Placement

English as Second Language classes may be a good choice for you if English is not your first language and you still want to improve your reading, writing, grammar, speaking, and listening skills in the English language. Learn more about the new ESL Guided Self-Placement.

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12th Grade

Updating end of 12th grade records

Please review the below scenarios where an increased GPA or math coursework would change your placement.


Math & English Placement

If you are currently in the 12th grade, you will use your completed 11th grade high school records collected from your application for admission to place into a Transfer level English and math class.

Most students who have completed 11th grade will receive an automatic placement in English and Math once they apply to SRJC. However, if you do not see a placement result in your SRJC Student Portal or find that your reported high school GPA or math coursework is wrong, you will need to update your high school records.

Note: High school records cannot be updated until a full year of high school math coursework is completed.


ESL Placement

English as Second Language classes may be a good choice for you if English is not your first language and you still want to improve your reading, writing, grammar, speaking, and listening skills in the English language. Learn more about the new ESL Guided Self-Placement.

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Resources

Other Placement Options


Frequently Asked Questions


Contact Our Team

Our staff is here to support you with your placement questions and ensure you have a smooth process in registering for courses here at SRJC! Connect with us Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

Santa Rosa Campus: 707.527.4661
Petaluma Campus: 707.778.3908

Steps for New Students

Apply

Create Your Future. Start Here.

Apply to SRJC to become a Bear Cub.

Need Assistance? Connect with your SRJC High School Outreach Liaison for questions or support.

Assessment

No More Tests, No More Stress.

Explore the page above to learn more about your placement options and rights to access transfer-level coursework.

Questions? If you need assistance in figuring out which placement option is right for you, please contact our team.

Check Status

Get Ready for a New Semester!

Log in to your Student Portal to check your registration date, financial aid status, see required course prerequisites, and much more!

Helpful tip: Download the MySRJCApp for a one-stop-shop for online learning support.

Register

Make Your Dreams a Reality!

During your priority registration date or open registration, log in to your Student Portal and register for classes under the "Add/Drop/Register" link.

Need Help? Connect with your SRJC High School Outreach Liaison for questions or support.

Prepare for First Day

Success begins with preparation.

We know college is very different from high school, but don't worry; we prepared a First Day Guide filled with tips and tools to help you navigate the process. You've got this!

Need Help?

Get one-on-one support!

The Student Outreach department offers a one-stop shop for high school students. Visit the High School Student Support page for help with:

  • Admission Process
  • Applying for financial aid
  • Class registration
  • And much more!