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Welcome Norwalk-La Mirada families and community to the 2022-23 school year! ¡Bienvenidos familias y comunidad de Norwalk-La Mirada al año escolar 2022-23!
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Early College Programs/Dual Enrollment

NLMUSD Early College Programs 
NLMUSD, in partnership with Cerritos College, offers the Early College Program at both the Norwalk and La Mirada High School sites. The Early College Program allows students to complete college courses simultaneously with their high school courses during the school day. Ultimately, students who complete the program will graduate from high school meeting the CSU/UC general education requirements and receive transferrable college credits. This program is offered at no cost and is open to incoming 9th grade students each year.
Courses in the Early College Program are offered FREE to participating students
No costs for tuition, fees, or textbooks
Earn up to 46 UC/CSU transferrable units
Estimated college tuition savings of $26,000
Take college classes during the school day
Participating students are granted access to all of the Cerritos College programs and services, including the campus library
Meet all general education requirements to transfer directly into a UC or CSU campus
Early College Program Parent Information:
If you have any questions, please contact Liliana Tovar by phone at (562) 210-3851 or by email at: [email protected]
Click on the link below to access the Early College Program at Norwalk HS:
Early College Program Norwalk HS Application
La Mirada High School:
For more information about the Early College Program at La Mirada High School, contact Principal Ben Webster at [email protected] or (562) 210-3315.
Dual Enrollment/College Credit
The Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District partners with local colleges to offer our students the opportunity to earn college credit at no cost to students and families. Recently, we have offered courses through Cerritos College and Cal State University, Long Beach at all of our high school sites. Students are offered college courses to support the Academies and Pathways at the schools and earn both college credits and credits toward meeting NLMUSD graduation requirements.