Adult High School Completion Program

Summer Quarter begins July 5, 2016

The High School Completion case managers are excited to help you navigate the process of getting your high school diploma. Some students completed one year of high school, two and a half years, or even all four years and just didn't meet one of the state testing requirements. Whatever your case may be, we can help you figure out a plan to reach your goals. Your high school diploma is the first step up the ladder for advancement toward more education or a career.

The Adult High School Completion program offers the opportunity for students to complete the required credits for a Washington State High School diploma. Classes are offered at convenient locations in Snohomish County during the day and the evening. Students may take high school level classes or, if qualified, college-level classes to meet their high school diploma requirements. Students 19 years of age or older may qualify for reduced tuition assistance. There are a few paths you may take to earn your diploma, and these options will be discussed with you at your appointment.

Collegewide, students work to achieve the Everett Community College Core Learning Outcomes.

Adult High School Completion program outcomes

Before e-mailing questions, or if you have additional questions about the High School Completion, review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

On-campus classes are located at
Everett Community College
 (Maps & Directions)
7:40-9:50 am Monday through Thursday and 6-8:20 pm Mondays and Wednesdays (subject to change)

Off-campus classes are located at
Weston High School
4407 172nd Street NE
Arlington WA 98223
6-8:50 pm Mondays and Wednesdays (subject to change)