Middle College at College of San Mateo - Curriculum
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Middle College
Curriculum

SMUHSD logoStudents are required to take two high school courses which adhere to the San Mateo Union High School District-approved curriculum and satisfy high school graduation requirements. Juniors will take integrated courses, American Literature and U.S. History. Seniors take English, and semester courses of economics and American government. Additionally, students will take a study skills class, designed to ensure that students take advantage of the many instructional support services available to the students.



Students first enroll in college courses that will meet high school graduation requirements, and then students will fill the remainder of their schedules with courses at College of San Mateo. For many courses, students can earn both high school credits and college units.

Below is the Fall 2014 schedule for the high school classes all Middle College students must take:

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
11:10-Noon Advisory*
19-107/19-121
Advisory*
19-107/19-121
Advisory*
19-107/19-121
Advisory*
19-107/19-121
Advisory*
19-107/19-121
12:10-1:00 Srs: Economics
19-121
Jrs: English 5
19-107
Srs: Economics
19-121
Jrs: English 5
19-107
Srs: Economics
19-121
Jrs: English 5
19-107
Srs: Economics
19-121
Jrs: English 5
19-107
Srs: Economics
19-121
Jrs: English 5
19-107
1:10-2:00 Srs: English 7
19-121
Jrs: US History 1
19-107
Srs: English 7
19-121
Jrs: US History 1
19-107
Srs: English 7
19-121
Jrs: US History 1
19-107
Srs: English 7
19-121
Jrs: US History 1
19-107
Srs: English 7
19-121
Jrs: US History 1
19-107
2:10-3:00 Advisory*
19-121
Advisory*
19-121
Advisory*
19-121
Advisory*
19-121
Advisory*
19-121

*Students take Advisory either 11:10-Noon or 2:10-3 pm daily