Steps to Enroll in College in the High School

NOTE: Steps 1-4 can be completed at any time prior to your registration period.

NOTE: Current law (HB 1546) clearly states that 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students (only) are eligible to enroll in a CHS course. Neither the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction nor the Bellevue College CHS program have the authority to “waive” this law or in any way approve an exception.

Step 1: Apply for Admission (free)

Apply for admission to Bellevue College and College in the High School. Allow several days for processing. Once your receive your SID (Step 2), move on to Step 3.

Step 2: Check Your Email

Several days after submitting your application, you will receive a welcome email verifying your admittance. This message will also contain your BC Student ID (SID) and Personal Identification Number (PIN).

Step 3: Create your Bellevue College Net ID

IMPORTANT! You will need to create a Bellevue College Net I.D. account. Instructions to create this account will be included in your welcome email or go to: Student NetID Account. Your student email will be: firstname.lastname@bellevuecollege.edu. Your User Name will be firstname.lastname

Step 4: Preregistration Information

College in the High School (CHS) courses may have a required placement prerequisite. For CHS program purposes, the placement prerequisite is an achievement level or class placement level in reading, and/or writing, and/or mathematics. Students can meet the placement prerequisites by using their Smarter Balanced Assessment Score Report if they have completed the SBA. You may be asked to provide the college with a high school transcript  to meet certain placement and prerequisite requirements. Students who have not taken the SBA may need to take a placement test for math.

Test Preparation Resources: EdReady
EdReady is a free program that allows students to self-assess their readiness to take college-level math courses, guides students through a personalized study path, and helps prepare for standardized exams such as ACT, SAT, ACCUPLACER or COMPASS. All you need to do is to create and account to get started!
EdReady “How To” Video
EdReady FAQs located on Sign Up page

Step 5: Register and Pay

After you have applied for admission and created your Bellevue College NET I.D., go to the Register for Courses page. Select your high school and find the course you want to register for. Complete the electronic registration form online, using a keyboard. Completing the form by hand may cause errors in processing. Print out the completed form, sign it and take it to your teacher along with a check, made out to Bellevue College, in the amount of $200 for each 5-credit class or $240 for each 6-credit class.

Important Dates

Step 6: Check your email regularly

You will receive important reminders and updates in your Bellevue College email. Make sure you check this email regularly.

Step 7: Complete your Course Evaluation

Near the end of the course, you will have an opportunity to provide us with feedback on the course. You will receive an email with a link to your course evaluation survey. The survey will only take 10 minutes or so for you to complete and the information will be used for course improvement.

Last Updated March 1, 2017