EvCC's Transitional Studies division has two options for students to complete classes or competency-based work for a high school diploma. The diploma is granted by EvCC and is recognized just like a diploma issued by any accredited (official) high school in Washington state.
If you are interested in completing your high school diploma with EvCC, you should consider downloading the following diploma guide
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.
Classes are offered at several locations in Snohomish County during the day and the evening.
- For questions, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- To make an appointment, please click on this link: evcchsc.youcanbook.me
Welcome to Transitional Studies! - Winter Quarter begins January 8, 2018
EvCC's Transitional Studies Division helps students improve their basic skills, upgrade job skills, and prepare for college-level courses. In order to take classes, you must sign up for an Orientation/CASAS Assessment.
ELA and TS orientation and CASAS assessments take place at EvCC's main campus, 2000 Tower St. Everett, WA 98201, in Rainier Hall room 203. For directions to campus, visit EverettCC.edu/Maps
Our classes are FULL and we do not have anymore orientations scheduled for Winter Quarter.
Please check our website after February 1st for more information on signing up for Spring Quarter classes which begin on April 2nd. Thank You!
If you have any questions, you may e-mail us at email@example.com. or call us at 425-388-9339 if you prefer to speak to someone over the phone.
What to bring to the CASAS Assessment:
- Current driver's license or ID card (not expired)
- Social Security Number (if you have one)
- High School Transcript(s)
$25 for registration
Para las fechas y horas de orientación y exámenes (CASAS) para clases de inglés o del GED en Español, para mas información, favor de llamar a Sandra Mejia at 425-388-9257. (EvCC Campus)
Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you. Our contact number is 425-388-9339 and our email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before emailing questions, or if you have additional questions about the High School Completion, review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
Class locations, dates, and times
Everett Community College (Maps and Directions)
Morning, Afternoon classes from 7:40 am to 1:20 pm - Monday through Thursday
Evening classes from 6:10 to 8:20 pm - Mondays/Wednesdays and Tuesdays/Thursdays
College wide, students work to achieve the Everett Community College Core Learning Outcomes.