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High School & Beyond

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High School and Beyond

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High School

Contact Us
High School Outreach
Kami Collette
High School Outreach & Recruiting Specialist
Email
 
Tel 360.442.2411
Toll Free 1.866.900.2311
Building
Student Center
see Campus Map
Hours
Vary, please call or email for an appointment.
Upcoming Events

The world is changing rapidly. How will you remain competitive in a market where the top in-demand jobs didn't even exist 10 years ago? Higher education may be the answer you're looking for.

Why Community College?

Community colleges offer students the opportunity to save money while earning a degree, preparing for transfer to a four-year college or university, or get training or re-training for a new career. Community college graduates, on average, earn more money and are more likely to be employed than those whose education stopped in high school.

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More reasons to attend a community college.

For Current High School Students

Running Start
Offers eligible high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to enroll in college classes and receive both high school and college credit.

Career Pathways
A program that lets high school students begin a professional-technical degree or certificate program while still in high school!

Did you know? Four out of 10 college-bound high-school graduates start their college education at a community college!

For Seniors, the Time is Now!

For Out-of-School Youth

Career Education Options (CEO)
Offers out-of-school individuals aged 16 - 21 without a high school diploma the chance to return to school for the education and job training needed for a successful career.

GED Preparation & Adult Basic Education
Take classes to work toward the completion of your GED (high school diploma equivalency), or improve basic skills in reading, writing and math.

For K-12 Students

STEM
Reaching out to the K-12 community through fun, hands-on, creative activities showcasing science, technology, math and engineering concepts.

Science Olympiad
An international nonprofit organization devoted to improving the quality of science education, creating a passion for learning science and providing recognition for outstanding achievement in science education by both students and teachers.

Talent Search
Helping middle and high school students explore education and career choices through fun events and activities. Students in grades 6 - 12, from low income backgrounds and with parents or guardians who did not complete a four-year college degree, are eligible. Some students who do not meet these criteria also qualify.

For K-12 Teachers & Counselors

K-12 Partnerships
Preparing students for success in higher education.