Tahoma School District Equivalency Guide

Green River College Running Start

Effective October 2022


High School Graduation RequirementGreen River College Equivalency
English 11 Any English 101 or higher
Senior English Elective Any 5 credit English elective; ENGL &101 is highly recommended.
Pacific NW History HIST &214
American Studies I and II HIST &136 or &137
AGGI I and II POLS &101, &202, &204, or 207 
Career and Technical Education

Any elective in the following areas: Accounting, Automotive Technology, Aviation, Business, Business Technology and Administrative Careers (BTAC), Carpentry, Computer Science, Court Reporting & Captioning, Criminal Justice, Design Drafting Technology, Early Childhood Education Development, Education, Emergency Medical Technician, Engineering, Health Science, Industrial Education, Industrial Engineering, Information Technology, Journalism, Maintenance Mechatronics, Machining and Manufacturing Technology, Natural Resources, Nutrition, Phlebotomy, Photography, Software Development, Water Supply Technology, Welding

If you are in doubt about whether a course meets graduation requirements,
please seek approval from your high school counselor.

3rd Year Math

Acct 110, BTAC 110, Math 097, or any college-level Math course.

Tuition for any math class below 100 must be paid for by the student;
ACCT and BTAC may not satisfy NCAA or four year college entrance requirements.

Science – lab or non-lab Courses which meet Green River’s ‘Natural Sciences’ lab or non-lab requirement as outlined on the Associate in Arts - DTA.
Fine Art Any elective in the following categories: Art, Drama, Music, Photography
Health Any HL ED
Physical Education Any PE course; DANCE 101

Please note: Common Course Numbers (CCN) are designated with the “&” symbol. 5 college credits = 1 HS credit; 3 college credits = 0.6 HS credit; 2 college credits = 0.4 HS credit; 1 college credit = 0.2 HS credit. Minimum Green River College grade to earn credit for high school is 1.0.

Courses meeting high school graduation requirements may not meet University Entrance Requirements. See College Academic Distribution Requirements for minimum entrance requirements.

A single course may not be used to satisfy a credit requirement for more than one subject.