High School Completion

Edmonds Career Access Program (EdCAP)
This program is offered at Edmonds Community College. It is designed to help students, 16 to 21 years old, not currently in school earn a high school diploma, GED and get career training leading to a professional certificate or ATA degree. Eligible students can receive tuition and book waivers, and transportation assistance. For more information call 425-431-7201.

Adult High School
This program is offered at Edmonds Community College. It provides course work that leads to a high school diploma. Open to individuals 17 and older. 17-year-old students need a release from their service area high school and are charged tuition. Tuition is reduced for those 19 years of age and older. For further information call 425-431-7201.

GED PROGRAM
This is a free program offered at Edmonds Community College for students 16 years of age or older. Students between 16 and 19 must have a release from the service area high school. For more information call 425-640-1593.

Career Education Options (CEO)
This program is offered at Shoreline Community College. It is a free OSPI sponsored program for students 16 to 21 years of age who are not currently enrolled in high school, do not already have a high school diploma, and want to gain meaningful employment. Program provides GED preparation, technical training, basic skills and on the job experience. For more information call 206-546-7844.

JOB CORP
Federally funded vocational/GED education program that allows students to earn training for specific vocational areas and earn money toward a savings account and for personal expenses. Students live at the JOB CORP training facility, which offers the career training that the student desires. Open to students 16 to 24 years of age. For more information call 425-388-0166.

LAKE WASHINGTON TECHNICAL ACADEMY
A regional technical high school located at Lake Washington Institute of Technology. Open to students who are 16 to 21 years old. Students must attend job-training classes full-time, and are allowed basic high school and general education classes each quarter. For more information call 425-739-8107.

YOUTH RE-ENGAGEMENT
This program is offered at Everett Community College. It is designed to help 216 to 21 year old students get technical training leading to a professional certificate or ATA degree. Students may get a GED. Eligible students can receive tuition and book waivers and transportation assistance. For more information call 425-388-9568 or 425-388-9287.

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