For most teenagers the summer holds the promise of new-found independence.
Whether it is getting that first part-time job or that coveted driver’s permit, a adolescent’s world starts to open up to unlimited possibilities.
That world started to open up for 16-year-old Jasmine Sorensen when she was only 13 and she found herself taking classes on a college campus.
“I started attending El Camino College as a high school alternative,” said the Rancho Palos Verdes resident. “I was enrolled in the High School Concurrency Program designed for high school juniors and seniors.”