Career and Technical Education Dual Credit Program

Career and Technical Education (CTE) Dual Credit courses allow students to earn both high school and college credit by completing college-level CTE Courses. CTE classes integrate academics with technical skills to help students prepare for advanced education and careers.

Benefits of CTE

  • Tuition free
  • Earn college credit while still in high school
  • Ease the transition to college
  • Gain valuable skills and related work experience
  • Establish connections with the business or industry of interest
  • Graudate from college early

Enrollment Procedure and Requirements

  1. Be enrolled in the required high school CTE class
  2. Register for the CTE Dual Credit articulated course while in the high school class. Students must register online in SERS, the official CTE Dual Credit registration site for Washington State.
  3. Complete the required skills as identified on the course outcome

If an exam or review of completed work is required, students must receive a passing score to earn college credit.

Resources

Washington State Board for Community and Technical College

Statewide Enrollment and Reporting System (SERS)

Shoreline Community College has articulation agreements with high schools in the Shoreline Consortium (Shoreline School District).

Have questions? Contact Us

CTE Dual Credit Program

Contact
Lauren Hadley
Email
lhadley@shoreline.edu
Phone
(206) 533-6725