High School Completion Plus
Receive dual credit for both a high school diploma and a two-year college associate degree.
In Washington State, qualified high school students can skip up to two years of high school, take college classes at a community college, and receive dual credit for both a high school diploma and a two-year college associate degree. International students must finish at least 10th Grade (Year 1) of high school before attending Green River College, although finishing 11th Grade (Year 2) is highly recommended. Students can save one or two years in earning their bachelor's degrees. Extra time will be needed if students do not have TOEFL 61 or IELTS 5.5 and must start in Intensive ESL.
Save Time & Money
Get a Washington State high school diploma plus earn transferable university credit at the same time. Take classes that count for both high school and university transfer!
Enter college before completing high school and graduate from university at least one year earlier than your high school classmates.
Earn two degrees for the price and time of one. Graduate in just two years with a high school diploma plus a university transfer associate degree. Program typically requires no additional time.*
*Depending on assessment and placement, students may need to take non-transferable, developmental classes. Students may also need to take a non-transferable class to complete the Culminating Project requirement.
Transferred to: William and Mary
"I heard that I could finish high school and get college credits at the same time in Washington State. So then it came down to a choice between two community colleges, and I chose Green River."
Major: International Relations
Transferred to: Brown University
“I always wanted to go to college in the U.S. An agency in Indonesia told me that I could finish high school and go to college at the same time."
Major: Computer Science