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  • WHAT IS IT LIKE TO TAKE AP®?

    …at Eastlake?

  • UW in the High School

    Bringing the University

    To Your Classroom

  • UWHS “College in the High School” Model (concurrent enrollment, dual enrollment, dual credit)

    teach

    in their own

    to

    who are

    who can earn alongside

  • Costs to the student

    2014-15

    Student stays at the high school

    Student earns a grade over the whole course

    Advanced Placement

    $89 test, reduced cost available

    UW in the High School

    $320 Course Fee

    + $44 Registration Fee

    Comparing to Other Models

  • • Only 11th and 12th grade students

    are eligible to register for UW credit RCW 28A.600.290

    College in the high school program

    • See course catalog or FAQ page to

    see what prerequisites each class

    must have

    Student Eligibility

  • Benefits to Students

    • Experience a university-level course

    in the high school classroom

    • Access the UW libraries

    • Establish a UW transcript

    • Earn UW credits at a fraction of the

    on-campus rates

    • 93% of responders in this year’s

    alumni survey would recommend

    UWHS to current students!

  • Generally DO Accept Credit:

    • Bellevue College

    • Central Washington University

    • Eastern Washington University

    • Evergreen State College

    • Gonzaga University

    • Heritage University

    • Pacific Lutheran University

    • Saint Martin’s University

    • Seattle Pacific University

    • Seattle University

    • Walla Walla University

    • Washington State University

    • Western Washington University

    • Whitworth University

    • All Community Colleges

    Generally DON’T Accept Credit:

    • University of Puget Sound

    • Whitman College

    For out-of-state institutions, students

    should contact their prospective

    college or university to inquire. From

    anecdotal information, most publics

    and many privates accept.

    Transferring Credit in Washington

  • Humanities & Social Sciences ENGLISH 131 Composition

    COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 240 Writing ➢ Environmental Lit

    ➢ Ethnic Lit

    ❖ Class is a year long

    ❖ Replacement for Sr. English

    ❖ Option for 10 credits

    PSYCHOLOGY 101 Introduction to Psychology ❖ Class is a semester long

    ❖ Social Studies elective credit

    ❖ Option for 5 credits

  • Math

    MATH 120 Precalculus ❖ Class is a year long

    ❖ Math elective credit

    ❖ Option for 5 credits

    MATH 124 Calculus I ❖ Class is a year long

    ❖ Math elective credit

    ❖ Option for 5 credits

  • Science ASTRONOMY 101 Astronomy

    ❖ Class is a semester long

    ❖ Science elective credit

    ❖ Option for 5 credits

  • UW in the High School

    www.uwhs.washington.edu

  • Sammamish

    Start-Ups STEM/CTE CAPSTONE

  • Why?

     Highest demand in careers right now

     Engineering

     Business

     Computer Programming, Applications, and

    Software Engineering

     Employers are looking for transferable job skills

    that include collaboration, design thinking, networking, and problem solving

  • How?

     You can take the class if:

     You are 11th or 12th Grader

     Have taken ONE of the following CTE classes:

     Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Engineering 1,

    Engineering 2, Intro to CS, AP CS, Video Game Design,

    Digital Design, or Bio Tech

     OR participated in DECA competitively for at least one

    year

     Have an interest in how business, engineering, and

    CS play a role in real world application

  • What?

     STEM CTE Capstone Course – Sammamish Start- Ups

     Merges the skill sets of three distinct pathways of Business, Engineering, and Computer Science together

     Provides real world application

     Design thinking challenges

     Entrepreneurial mindset

     Solving identified problems by creating viable solutions

     Shark Tank sales pitches

     EOC Summit