Want to start your college education early? High school students can take a variety of courses at the Seattle
Community Colleges for college credit. Some of these programs provide dual credit that counts for both college
credit and high school credit.
Qualified high school juniors and seniors can enroll in college courses on a tuition-free basis
and receive dual high school and college credit while finishing their high school diploma.
High school students can earn college credits towards a technical career for courses taken at their own high school.
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High school students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and families where the student would be the first-generation
college graduate can participate in a program to help them acquire skills to succeed in high school and gain entry to college.
Students can complete all their minimum graduation requirements at their high schools and take vocational
classes at Seattle Vocational Institute in one of SVI's certificate programs. Bright Future students begin their
college careers early and develop marketable skills for future employment.
High school students in West Seattle can explore career options, find money for college and develop strategies
for test taking and improving study skills at South Seattle College. Contact 206.934.6401.
For information on the dual credit program in American Sign Language between Seattle Central Community College and more than
40 high schools (including Roosevelt in Seattle) in the state of Washington, visit
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