Students Younger than Age 18

Credit classes: Students, 16 or 17 years old, who haven’t completed high school and/or don’t hold a GED, must file a Campus High School Programs form and complete the Campus High School Program enrollment process, which includes a required orientation for new students, before they can take a credit class. Forms are available online on the High School Partnerships website and  in Takena Hall. Students under the age of 16 may be eligible to enroll through the under 16 process (see below).

Non-credit classes: Students do not need to submit a Campus High School Programs form, but do need the instructor’s permission.

Students under the age of 16 who have not graduated from high school and wish to enroll in credit classes will be required to submit a Campus High School Program form, current transcript, letters of recommendation, and will need to complete placement tests. Materials will be reviewed by the LBCC Campus High School Programs advisor. If the advisor determines the student can move forward in the under 16 process, an interview will be scheduled for the student with the LBCC Campus High School Programs advisor and faculty member. An enrollment decision will be made following the interview. Please review the calendar and deadlines for under 16 requests. Call the High School Partnerships Office at 541-917-4236 for more information.

Students 16 or 17 years old who want to take GED preparation classes must provide a letter, on official letterhead, stating release from compulsory attendance, or a Parent Assurance and GED Authorization Letter from the Linn Benton Lincoln Education School District via the home school office.