The College & Career Pathways programs support students to succeed in the next steps for enrolling in a certificate or degree program. Whether you need to complete a high school diploma, improve your English, or develop skills to succeed in your college program, opportunities are available to build reading, writing, listening, speaking, math, technology, and information literacy skills.
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Instructional programming includes English as a second language (ESL), high-school completion, and college-readiness. Students may elect to prepare for the General Educational Development (GED) examination or complete requirements for a high school diploma. Coursework in the various programs enables students to achieve personal, educational or career goals.
Classes are held on the main campus and at various community sites. For more information, please call the College & Career Pathways division at (425) 235-2391.