The Center for High School Programs (CHSP)

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Welcome to the Center for High School Programs!

Thank you for your interest in Bellevue College! We offer programs for students interested in earning college credit while in high school, or in returning and completing high school. You can choose from many options and we can help you develop a plan based on your educational, career and personal goals. We serve students age 16 and up in a supportive and safe place. You are Welcome Here!

Campus Reduced Hours or Closure

December 5th Student Success Day – No Classes, Offices are Open

December 21st through December 27th the College is Closed

January 2nd Holiday College Closed

Explore our Programs Below

Running Start (RS) is a statewide partnership between colleges and local high schools. High school juniors and seniors take classes at the college tuition-free and earn both high school and college credit at the same time. Go here to learn more: RS Homepage.

CEO serves students between the ages of 16 – 21. CEO works with students at risk of dropping out of high school, or those who do not have enough credits to graduate. Students take classes at the college and can earn credits needed to complete high school or a GED, and college credit at the same time. Go here to learn more: CEO Homepage.

LIP is part of the CEO program, and provides services and support for English language learners who want to complete a high school diploma and earn college credit. Go here to learn more: LIP Homepage.

We offer two options:

  • Our Youth High School Completion program for students between ages 16 – 20
  • Our High School + program for students age 21 and older.

Go here to learn more: HS Completion Homepage.

CHS serves high school students in grades 9 – 12. Students earn both high school and college credit at the same time without leaving their high school. Go here to learn more: CHS Homepage.

PNWCC serves high school students in grade 9 – 12. Students earn both high school and college credit while taking classes at their high school. Classes focus on Career and Technical programs. Go here to learn more: PNWCC Homepage.