SBCTC Policy Manual
Chapter 4: Instructional Program and Course Development
4.60.00 High School College Dual Registration and Transition Programs
4.60.10 Agreements between District Boards of Trustees and Common School Boards
The State Board supports boards of trustees entering into agreements in cooperation with local high school district boards to provide options for students to complete college-equivalent courses and programs while still in high school (see RCW 28B.50.530). Statewide programs are:
4.60.11 Running Start
The SBCTC in conjunction with the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Higher Education Coordinating Board has adopted rules governing Running Start, a program that allows eligible eleventh and twelfth graders to enroll in college for the purpose of earning credits toward high school graduation while earning college credits (see WAC 131-46; WAC 392-169-005; RCW 28A.600.390).
4.60.12 Tech Prep
Tech Prep is a federally funded program (Perkins) intended to increase the articulation of high school and college professional/technical programs (see Appendix H: Tech Prep Education: Guidelines for Statewide Articulation Using the Direct Transcription Method).
4.60.13 College in the High School
College-in-the-High School programs are designed to provide college level courses in high school locations to serve qualified eleventh and twelfth grade students. Currently, community and technical college boards of trustees may establish such programs in cooperation with local school district boards under the authorization of RCW 28B.50.530 (see Appendix I: College in the High School Academic Transfer Guidelines).
4.60.14 Advanced Placement
Washington community and technical colleges will award unrestricted elective credit for an Advanced Placement (AP) score of 3 or higher. Credit will be awarded on the basis of official AP results, not transcript notation. Credits granted for general education or major requirements will be specified by the receiving institution’s AP credit policies; otherwise, elective credit will be granted. (CTC policy approved May 2008.)
|CTC policy approved May 2008
||4.60.14 added to address AP credit.
|SBCTC Resolution 02-09-16
||Board approved Policy Manual
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