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Office Location: B233, 2nd floor, Student Services Building
Phone: (425) 564-2026

Program Description
Career Education Options
www.bellevuecollege.edu/ceo
Career Education Options (CEO) is a program for students 16-20 years old without a high school diploma who wish to gain job skills and education. Applicants are either referred to CEO by their high schools or are not currently enrolled in school. CEO provides tuition, fees, and books; career exploration; and educational and technical training in an occupational or professional/technical program (either a degree or a certificate) at BC. Call (425) 564-4035 for more information.

Running Start
www.bellevuecollege.edu/hsprograms

The Running Start program is available for academically motivated junior- or senior-level high school students who qualify for admission by demonstrating college-level English skills on the BC assessment. Students earn both high school and college credit for courses taken at BC, and the school district pays the college tuition. Call (425) 564-2026 or visit the website for more information. 

High School Programs imageHigh School Enrichment Program
www.bellevuecollege.edu/hsprograms
Admission to the High School Summer Enrichment program is available in the summer for students who are 16-17 years old, regardless of grade level. Enrichment students choose this option to enhance their high school curriculum by taking more challenging, college-level classes. A BC assessment is required to gain admission, as well as a mandatory orientation session. Call (425) 564-2026 or visit the website for more information, including dates and deadlines.

TECH Prep
techprepcc.org
Tech Prep is a dual-credit program that enables high school students to earn college credit for certain career and technical education courses taken at their high school. Any high school student may take a Tech Prep course, but only those who successfully complete the course with a “B” grade or higher will earn the college credit. Students must register with our consortium Tech Prep College Connections online at www.techprepcc.org. Contact the BC Tech Prep office at (425) 564-6158 or e-mail techprep@bellevuecollege.edu for more information.

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