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Dual-Credit High School Programs

Dual-credit programs allow students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Students can earn dual credits by completing coursework or by completing standardized exams. Students who earn college credit are more likely to graduate high school, enroll in college, and complete college degrees.

Don’t miss out on an opportunity to earn college credits for free, or at a fraction of the cost.

Dual-Credit Programs Offered in
Wenatchee School District

Running Start

College in the High School

Advanced Placement

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Dual-Credit

Wenatchee Valley Technical Skills Center

Youth Apprenticeship

At a Glance

TYPE OF CREDIT GRADE
LEVEL
LOCATION AWARD METHOD GRADE
TYPE
COST APPLY
      RUNNING START
Academic
Professional

Technical or
Restricted Electives

11-12th WVC WVC Course Completion

Letter Grade

College classes are offered tuition-free but students must pay for placement assessment fees, books and transportation costs.

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      COLLEGE IN THE HIGH SCHOOL
 Academic  10-12th High School Classroom Articulated HS Course Completion Letter Grade Student pays fee per credit to college. See your counselor.
      ADVANCED PLACEMENT
 Academic 11-12th High School Classroom College Board Exam Score Pass/Fail

Students pay an exam fee to the College Board. Fee waivers available from CB for low income-qualified students.

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      CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE) DUAL-CREDIT

Professional
Technical or
Restricted
Electives

 9-12th High School Classroom Articulated HS Course Completion Letter Grade

Student pays one time $15 fee for unlimited CTE credits.

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      WENATCHEE VALLEY TECHNICAL SKILLS CENTER
Professional

Technical or
Restricted
Electives

 9-12th Technical Skills Center or designated learning site. Articulated Letter Grade

Student pays one time $15 fee for unlimited CTE credits.

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YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP - COMING SOON