College for High Schoolers

Earn College Credit While in High School

College for High Schoolers

Earn College Credit While in High School

College for High Schoolers

Earn College Credit While in High School

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If you are a high school student, and are motivated to accelerate your educational and career opportunities, Skagit Valley College is the place to be. Programs like Running Start, College in the High School and CTE Dual Credit Career Pathways will help you get the credits to be ahead of the game once you graduate! You can also save money by earning high school and college credits at the same time.

Running Start

Running Start is a collaborative, state supported program offered by Skagit Valley College and area public high schools. The program allows qualified juniors and seniors to enroll in college courses for high school and college credit.
Get a Running Start on Your College Education:

College in the High School

College in the High School (CHS) is a concurrent enrollment program which allows high school students to earn college credit for classes they are already taking at the high school. Qualified sophomores through seniors may register for college credit in select, pre-approved courses offered at their high school, taught by high school teachers who are also considered adjunct faculty at SVC.
Earn college credits without leaving your high school campus:

CTE Dual Credit

CTE Dual credit is geared towards preparing students to go into Technical Fields. Aligned with courses required in the Professional Technical degrees here at SVC, Tech Prep approved courses can give eligible freshmen-seniors a leg up in their pursuit of a technical degree!
Get a leg up in pursuing a technical degree:

High School Completion Program

Skagit Valley College offers the High School Completion Program, a unique opportunity for students to earn both high school and college credits at the same time. Students earn a U.S. high school diploma recognized around the world.
Earn an internationally recognized high school diploma while earning college credits:
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