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GETTING COLLEGE CREDIT FOR HIGH SCHOOL
These classes are college level courses offered at the high school in the Foreign Language, English, and Business Departments. The advantage is receiving college credit without the complications of leaving the high school campus. The student must pay tuition.
Prerequisite: Attend a mandatory meeting and take compass test.
Description: See WVC catalog
Running start is a statewide program, which allows academically qualified high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to take college courses as part of their high school program. Students may receive high school and college credit simultaneously. The school district pays for the college tuition from the Basic Education Allotment from the state. The Running Start student pays all other consumable expenses, which includes books, computer fees, parking, etc.
WENATCHEE HIGH SCHOOL TECH PREP
What is Tech Prep? Tech Prep is a program that allows students to get college credit for taking certain high school classes that align with college degree programs.
How does it work? A student enrolls in one of the approved articulated Tech Prep classes at Wenatchee High School and communicates interest in receiving college credit with his or her teacher. When the course has been completed with a “B” grade or better, the teacher will give instruction on how to get the credit. Articulated courses are as follows: