College in the High School (CHS)
College in the High School (CHS) programs provide college-level academic courses to 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students (by law, students must be in at least 10th grade to earn college credit). Courses are taught at the high school, by high school teachers, with college curriculum, college textbooks, and oversight by college faculty and staff. These are courses that carry a “(C)” designation after the course title. Students pay tuition and some state subsidies are available for rural and small schools and for low-income students. For more information about College In The High School and other dual credit programs within the Northshore School District, please visit the NSD Dual Credit Programs website.
For a thorough explanation of the dual credit guidelines, please visit OSPI's website on Dual Credit Courses. In addition, visit Washington Student Achievement Council's Ready Set Grade website for information on how WA State colleges apply the AP test scores.
Contact your counselor if you have any questions or need more information. To look at which of the courses at North Creek will offer College in the High School college credit, Course Catalog linked on the left navigation bar.