Reconnect to Education
Pre-College Office is Serving Students In-Person and Remotely.
The Pre-College office in Mukilteo Hall 403 is open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. for walk-ins and in-person appointments.
You can also reach us by phone at 425.640.1593, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or our Zoom virtual front desk.
Zoom Virtual Lobby: Mon.-Thurs., 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1 p.m.-3 p.m.
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Winter Quarter classes start January 3.
Whether you want to improve your job prospects, get your high school diploma, or prepare for college, Pre-College Education classes can help you meet your goals.
Are you an adult who wants to get a high school diploma? You can take classes at Edmonds College to obtain a high school diploma recognized by the state of Washington. Some of the classes you take in the Adult High School program might even count toward a college degree!
Gain confidence and prepare for college-level classes! Improve your reading, writing, and study skills. Learn the secrets and strategies of the most successful college students. Find out more about English Prep!
Choosing a major or deciding upon a career path? Interested in discovering more about yourself and how you interact with others?
Counseling Psychology courses may be helpful in discovering your interests, personality type, values, strengths, self-esteem, and more. In turn, what you learn about yourself will help you as you make life decisions such as choosing a major, changing career paths, and improving relationships. Take a COPSY course and take the next step toward your goals and future!
Are you a young student who wants to finish high school and get a college degree? EdCAP provides young adults (16-21) with an opportunity to earn a high school diploma in a college environment. Students have the option to explore classes that will give them a jump start towards one of our many professional technical programs.
Do you want to take the GED® test but aren't sure if you're ready? Take a GED® preparation class and get the knowledge and skills to test with confidence.
Get a head start in the I-BEST program, which combines an academic support class with practical application of learning in career classes. Get started learning skills for a new career with higher wages. Take classes in Computers, Electronics and Networks, Allied Health, and Medical Office Terminology.
Get a Washington state high school diploma, recognized worldwide. Take college classes to satisfy high school requirements and get college credits while studying online or on a college campus and meet American high school and college students.
If you are over 18 years old and want to complete your high school diploma, this affordable program may be for you. This $25 per quarter program applies credit for work and life experience towards a degree.