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College in the High School & Running Start

College in the High SchooL

The courses listed below are offered free of charge at Mt. Spokane High School for college credit through one of our local community colleges or universities; this option provides our students with the opportunity to earn college credit along with high school credit. These courses can also be accessed without the college credit attached.  If you choose to access college credits please keep in mind that a college transcript will reflect the grade earned in the class and that the credit may or may not transfer directly to a specific university. It is the responsibility of the student to consult with those institutions concerning specific credit transfer and admissions requirements. 

Dept.

MSHS Course

College Course

Credits

Status

CTE

Sports Med II

SFCC FMT 106:  Anatomical and Physiological Kinesiology

5

Approved

CTE

Adv. Sports Med III/IV

EWU PHED 256:

Medical Terminology

2

Approved

CTE

Biomed 2: Human Body Systems

CWU BIOL 201: Human Physiology

5

In Process

CTE

Biomed 4: Biomedical Innovation

SCC HED 125: 

Medical Terminology

5

Approved

CTE

Graphic Design A & B

SFCC GRDSN 158: Photoshop  (Fall)

SFCC GRDSN 156: Illustrator (Spring)

4

Approved

CTE

Adv. Marketing

SFCC 211 MMGT: Marketing

5

Approved

CTE

Store

SCC MMGT 212: Retailing

5

Approved

CTE

Intro to Construction

Clover Park Technical College (CPTC) CONST 102: Safety and Operating Certificates (Fall)

CPTC CONST109: Career Exploration (Spring)

3

4

Approved

CTE

Construction Trades 101

CPTC CONST 104: Trades Math and Print Reading (Fall)

CPTC CONST 106: Basic Carpentry (Spring)

5

6

Approved

CTE

Culinary 3: Prostart Level 1

SCC CUL 115: Food Sanitation

3

Approved

CTE

Culinary 4: Prostart Level 2

SCC HM 116: Nutrition for Chefs and Restaurant

Managers

3

Approved

Elective

Link Leadership

EWU CMST 203: Intro to Leadership

3

Approved

Elective

Debate

EWU CMST 212: Argumentation and Advocacy

5

In Process

English

Honors English 10

EWU ENGL 101: College Composition

Exposition and Argumentation

5

Approved

English

AP Language

EWU ENGL 201: College Composition

Research and Documentation

5

Approved

English

AP Literature

EWU ENGL 170: Intro to Literature

5

Approved

English

English Composition (NEW)

EWU ENGL 101 (Fall)

EWU ENGL 201 (Spring)

5

5

Approved

Math

Pre-Calc A & B

EWU Math 141 & 142: Precalculus I & II

5 / 5

Approved

Math

EWU Math 107

EWU Math 107: Mathematical Reasoning

5

Approved

Math

AP Statistics

EWU Math 121: Introductory Statistics

5

In Process

PE

Weights (Including Zero Hour)

EWU PHED 152: Strength Training

2

In Process

Science

AP Environmental Science

EWU ENVS 100: Intro to Environmental Science

5

In Process

Science

AP Chemistry

EWU CHEM 171: General Chemistry

EWU Chem 171L: General Chemistry Lab

5

In Process

Science

AP Biology

CWU BIOL 101: Fundamentals of  Biology

5

In Process

Social Science

AP Psychology

EWU Psych 100: General Psychology

5

Approved

Social Science

AP Human Geography

EWU GEO 230: World Geography (Fall)

EWU GEO 200: Globalization and the Environment (Spring)

5

5

Approved

Social Science

AP European History

EWU HIST 105: European History to 1500

EWU HIST 106: European history Since 1500

5

5

Approved

Social Science

AP US History

EWU HIST 111: US History before 1877 (Fall)

EWU HIST 112: US History since 1877 (Spring)

5

5

In Process

Social Science

AP Government and Politics

EWU POLI 100; Introduction to US Politics

5

Approved

Social Science

AP Comparative Gov and Politics (NEW)

EWU POLI 100; Introduction to US Politics

EWU POLI 203: Intro to Comparative Politics

5

5

Approved

World Language

Spanish 3

EWU Spanish 103: First Year Spanish

5

Approved

World Language

Spanish 4

EWU Spanish 201: Second Year Spanish

5

Approved

World Language

French 3

EWU French 101, 102, & 103

15

Approved

 

Running Start

Running Start is a college credit program allowing students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously.  Spokane Community College (SCC), Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC) and Eastern Washington University (EWU) offer this opportunity for junior and senior students. Interested students should contact their school counselor. In addition, students may attend classes at the high school and participate in all school activities.

Prerequisites: Students must be of junior or senior status.

Admission Procedure: Students must complete the appropriate college application.  Submit a current official high school transcript.  Check each college’s Running Start webpage for more information.

Cost: The college classes are offered tuition free, but students are responsible for application fee, registration/testing fees, books, any additional course fees and transportation.