College in the High School
College in the High School (CIHS) courses allow students to earn college credit from local colleges while taking courses at their own high school. Student pay a reduced tuition rate to the college for credit.
Working Toward College Graduation
The majority of courses offered through Everett Public Schools not only fulfill requirements for high school graduation and college entrance, but, for many college and universities, also fulfill college graduation requirements. If a student plans carefully, the student can earn a significant number of college credits in high school at a reduced tuition rate, saving several thousands of dollars in college tuition. Visit this link to see how individual courses count toward college graduation.
Everett Public Schools works with three different colleges to offer a wide variety of credit choices depending upon the course: University of Washington, Everett Community College, and Bellevue College.
College Information, Transcripts (Grades)
Each college provides information about its specific college in high school program. Additionally, student will receive their college credit and grade information directly from the college. For more information, please use the following links:
- Bellevue College: Information, Transcript
- Everett Community College: Information, Transcript
- University of Washington: Information, Transcript
Transfering College Credit
Students successful in College in the High School earn transferable college credit. If a student successfully completes a course and earns credit through the public community college, that credit is transferable to any Washington State public university or college. The credit may also be transferable to private or out of state colleges and universities.
Please visit the following links for university transfer policies and course equivalency guides: