PCC Dual Enrollment Classes for Blair Students

Through Blair’s amazing dual enrollment partnership with Pasadena City College (PCC), Blair will be offering two courses for its students in the Fall (For students in grades 9-12). Both courses will start the week of August 29th and will be meeting in-person on the Blair campus.

In order for students to take advantage of these Free courses they are required to sign-up using this Google Form: Click here.

This Fall semester the following two courses will be offered:

• Pasadena City College Poli Sci 001 (Introduction to American Government and Politics): Mondays, 3:45pm-6:55pm at Blair
• Pasadena City College Bus 116 Entrepreneurship: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:45pm-5:15pm at Blair

For more information regarding the courses that will be offered through PCC at Blair, visit PCC Dual Enrollment for Blair.

Benefits of Dual Enrollment:

• Free tuition and textbooks for all PUSD students enrolled in the dual enrollment courses.
• Students will earn college credit while in high school.
• Many of the dual enrollment courses fulfill Blair’s graduation requirements.
• Students are better prepared for college.
• Transfer credit is accepted by many colleges.
• If applicable, students may receive a grade point average bump for taking PCC courses (Ex: an A is worth 5 points)
• Only Blair students are enrolled in this dual enrollment courses through PCC.
• Save time and money.

If students would like to sign up, please see your school counselor in August and they will gladly help you.

• Ms. Cordeiro-Benson (cordeirobenson.andre@pusd.us)
• Ms. Favor (favor.karen@pusd.us)
• Ms. Rodriguez (rodriguez.ashley2@pusd.us)


Blair High School & Middle School, 1201 S. Marengo Avenue, Pasadena, (626) 396-5820 or visit www.pusd.us/site/Default.aspx?PageID=55.







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