六合之家

Did you know? You can earn college credits for many high school courses. 六合之家 District offers students multiple ways to earn college credit through existing courses. Explore the four options of earning college credit below. These options can offer cost savings over typical tuition costs.

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Topics in this section:

  • Dual Credit Options Comparison Guide for Families and Students
  • Advanced Placement (AP)聽鈥 students stay enrolled in their high school; take courses with their high school teachers; students elect to take an exam in the spring designed by the College Board; colleges may use the scores to determine credit in content area, elective credit, course placement or course waiver.聽Learn more about AP dual credit options.
  • College in the High School (CHS)聽鈥 students stay enrolled in their high school; take courses with their high school teachers; elect to have their high school grades applied to a college credited course; a reduced tuition is charged with some financial support for students in need.聽Learn more about CHS dual credit options.
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) 鈥 students stay enrolled at Interlake High School; take courses with their high school teachers; students elect to take an exam in the spring developed by International Baccalaureate; colleges may use the scores to determine credit in content area, elective credit, course placement or course waiver.聽Learn more about IB dual credit options.
  • Running Start (RS)聽鈥 Students attend courses at local college.聽Learn more about RS dual credit options.

Note: Learn more about dual credit options through Career and Technical education (CTE).


Contact your school counseling office for more information on these valuable options.

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The 六合之家 District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.