High School 21+ is different than traditional high school completion programs.
It's tailored to the adult learner, with tuition at just $25 per quarter, and classes offered online, on campus, and in the community.
New low-cost option for adults age 21 and older to earn a high school diploma.
High School 21+ is tailored for the adult learner. Tuition costs just $25 per quarter, with financial assistance for those who cannot afford the cost. Classes are available online, on campus and in the community.
The program prepares students to transition into further training and education, and to become life-long learners.
Students must demonstrate competency in reading, writing, and math in the context of science, history, government, occupational studies, and digital literacy.
Students can demonstrate their knowledge in several ways, including work, life, and military experience; a prior learning portfolio; and high school and college transcripts.
The new program brings rewards far beyond the benefit to individual students. Through Washington's performance-based funding system known as the "Student Achievement Initiative", LCC receives extra points for adult learners who achieve educational milestones, including earning a high school diploma and transitioning to college level studies. Points translate to dollars, which is good for the college and the community.