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Adult High School

How to Enroll in Adult High School (AHS)

1. Sign up and attend an Enrollment Session

Call 425.640.1593 for information.  Or visit our office in Mukilteo Hall, room 403 or email precollege@edcc.edu.  Enrollment Sessions are held three to four times prior to each quarter start date.  See current enrollment session dates

2. Transcripts

For transcript evaluation, bring an official sealed copy, if possible, of your high school transcripts to your Enrollment Session or send in Parchment.com directly to Rebecca.Kobernik@edcc.edu

3. One-on-One Advising

After attending the Enrollment Session, a high school completion advisor will evaluate your transcripts and meet with you during an advising appointment. You will have an opportunity to discuss what subjects you will need to complete a High School Diploma. Students planning to take college level courses to meet high school requirements may be referred to take a college placement test, called the ACCUPLACER® and then return with their scores to sign up for classes with their HSC advisor. Students may take the Accuplacer at the Edmonds CC Testing Center in Mountlake Terrace Hall, room 152.

4. Registration

Students meet with their HSC advisor and select courses that work with their life/work schedules and fulfill their high school diploma requirements. Adult High School students can go part-time or full-time and classes are available at varying times. Students who place at college level on the ACCUPLACER® can sign up for college level classes and earn credit towards their High School Diploma and a college degree at the same time! After meeting with their advisor, students register and then pay for their classes by tuition due dates. Students who register early get the best selection of classes. Tuition payment plans are available.

5. Continuing Support

Each quarter, Adult High School students meet with their advisor to select classes for the next quarter, until they have met their High School Diploma requirements. The High School Completion advisor is also available to help students throughout the quarter with the process of applying for financial aid, meeting with a college or program advisor, and supporting students in taking the next steps on a path to a college degree or a new career.

Questions?

Pre-College Education Division
425.640.1593 | precollege@edcc.edu | Mukilteo Hall 403