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Esperanza Early College (EEC)

Fall 2022 Courses
We will be offering 2 courses this Fall, in person. Introduction to Visual Culture (ARTH 100) and Physical Anthropology & Lab (ANTH 101/ANTH 101L). Introduction to Visual Culture is previously known as Introduction to Art (ART 110). Courses will be taught by a Fullerton College Professor on our Esperanza campus during 5th and 6th period. Email 


      ARTH 100 September 12 – December 7, 2022 1:24 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.
      ANTH 101 L September 13 – December 8, 2022 1:24 p.m. - 3:20 p.m. 
      ANTH 101 LAB September 13 – December 8, 2022 1:24 p.m. - 3:20 p.m. 
*Note - When filling out the Special Admit form for Physical Anthropology, chose ANTH 101 F Physical Anthropology as your first choice and ANTH 101 L F Physical Anthropology Lab. If choosing a course in EEC and CollegeLink, you will need counselor approval. 
Enrollment Process

Click on the link below for step-by-step instructions on how to start and finish the process of signing up for classes! 
Important Dates Date information
  June 17, 2022  Sign-up's open for EEC & CollegeLink 
  September 6, 2022  Steps 1 - 4 must be completed for enrollment
  September 12, 2022 
 Registration deadline 
  September 12 & 13  Courses begin during 5th & 6th period at Esperanza 
How to officially register for selected classes with CRN code (step 5 of flyer) 

Click on the here for a quick video tutorial on how to register when assigned a CRN code to register. 
About Esperanza Early College

The Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District (PYLUSD) is proud to announce the addition of Esperanza Early College (EEC), a new program coming to the campus of Esperanza High School in Anaheim, beginning with the 2021-2022 school year. EEC will offer students a unique, educational experience with the opportunity to complete their high school graduation requirements while earning transferable college units through courses offered by Fullerton College. Students can transfer these college units to their desired college or university.

Esperanza Early College courses will be taught by Fullerton College professors and offered during 5th and 6th periods of the school day. Students who have demonstrated readiness and willingness to learn at a higher level in grades 11-12 are eligible to enroll. Tuition and textbook rental will be free of charge for students enrolled at Esperanza and can be picked up in the EHS library. Course offerings will vary semester-to-semester.
For questions about Esperanza Early College, please contact [email protected], Ms. Cazares in the College and Career Center (room #776) or your counselor. 
You may also fill out this Google form so that we can reach out to you regarding any EEC inquiries.