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Earning your high school diploma and attending college is a courageous step towards opening doors for your future. Nearly two thirds of all jobs in Washington State require at least one year of college.
If you are currently in high school or looking to complete high school, we look forward to serving your educational needs. Please contact us for more information, and scroll below for important links to program offerings.
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High school juniors and seniors can earn both high school and college credit at the same time through a statewide partnership between local high schools and community colleges.
High school students and recent graduates of Washington State high schools planning to attend LCC may be eligible for alternative placement in Math and English classes, resulting in considerable tuition savings.
High school students can earn dual high school and college credit in career and technical education courses that will transfer to any Washington State two-year college, as well as some four-year colleges.
An educational recovery program for young adults (age 16 - 21) who left high school without a diploma.
Program for adults age 21+ to earn a high school diploma and transition into college level coursework.
Set of tests that when passed certify the test taker has met high school level academic skills.