Running Start Information Night - April 25th
Are you interested in Running Start?
This session will describe the program, explain the steps to enroll, and hear from a student panel of current students. Prospective Running Start families and students are welcome.
Save money and time by earning high school and college credits together
- Get a running start on college by fulfilling high school and college requirements at the same time
- Flexible options! Start in 11th or 12th grade; choose full-time or part-time schedules in the morning or afternoon
- Take advanced courses from a wide variety of subjects that count toward a university degree or career certificate
- Most classes cover the same amount of material in one 10-week quarter as one full year of high school
- Get priority registration to enroll in the classes you need to fulfill requirements
The best part of Running Start was being able to meet new friends and test out what college would be like. It has also helped me save money, which could have been debt otherwise. I recommend Running Start for everyone, whether it is full time or part time.” Nicholas P., Running Start student
- Enrolled in 11th or 12th grade in a Washington state public school by your first quarter of Running Start
- Placement into English 101 via high school transcript with cumulative GPA of 2.5+ or alternate method from website
- Private school students must register in a public high school to be eligible for Running Start. Homeschool students must enroll with a homeschool resource center or the public school district in which they reside.
- There is no minimum placement for Math to be eligible for Running Start. However, if you place below college level Math and choose to take Math at Shoreline Community College, you are responsible to pay for tuition for that course. Also, please keep in mind, there may be classes you would like to take that have Math prerequisites.
- You meet program application dates