⚠LCC is operating - we're just doing things differently.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, most programs and services are still operating remotely. Select "learn more" to access a list of face-to-face and hybrid classes for fall quarter. Applications for emergency funding assistance are still being accepted for fall quarter, which starts September 21. - Learn More.
Earning your high school diploma and attending college is a courageous step towards opening doors for your future. Nearly two thirds of all jobs in Washington State require at least one year of college.
If you are currently in high school or looking to complete high school, we look forward to serving your educational needs. Please contact us for more information, and scroll below for important links to program offerings.
Learn more about HIgh School Programs. Call us today at (360) 442-2311
High school juniors and seniors can earn both high school and college credit at the same time through a statewide partnership between local high schools and community colleges.
High school students and recent graduates of Washington State high schools planning to attend LCC may be eligible for alternative placement in Math and English classes, resulting in considerable tuition savings.
High school students can earn dual high school and college credit in career and technical education courses that will transfer to any Washington State two-year (and some four-year) colleges.
GraduationPlus is a collaboration between Lower Columbia College and local school districts to help more students achieve the dream of going to college and entering rewarding and productive careers.
An educational recovery program for young adults who left high school without a diploma. Eligible students have the opportunity to expand their career opportunities.
A dropout re-engagement system that provides education and services to older youth, ages 16-21, who have dropped out of school or are not expected to graduate from high school by the age of 21.
Designed for students 18 and over who want to earn a high school diploma and transition into college-level coursework. Students can start at any time during the year.
Set of tests that when passed certify the test taker has met high school level academic skills. The GED credential is widely recognized by colleges, training programs, and employers as equivalent to a high school diploma.