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Nearly 24 area high schools participate in the College in the High School program. Advanced high school courses approved for this program are challenging and similar in content and rigor to the equivalent college courses offered on campus. They are more intensive and often require more time and work outside of the classroom than high school students are used to. The grade awarded for the college credit (and posted to the college transcript) will be determined using EvCC's grading scale. Each College in the HIgh School course is monitored by an Everett Community College instructor in his/her college discipline.
To see the courses offered for college credit at your high school, choose your high school from the column on your right.
Courses may be equivalent to 5 EvCC credits for the full year's high school coursework or may be equivalent to 5 EvCC credits for one semester's coursework at the high school. Your high school teacher can expain their course's EvCC equivalency. Follow this link to view the typical course equivalency. Note: for full year courses students must complete the full year. Students who transfer out at the sememster break will not earn credit and will receive a failing grade on their EvCC transcript.