11th and 12th grade students who are interested in taking college classes that will also count towards high school graduation can apply for Running Start. This program offers students free tuition. Students can attend any local community college and will work with their school counselor throughout the process.
If you would like to attend Running Start at Everett Community College the link below will get you to their information page (for other local colleges find Running Start on their webpage).
Apply on the college website as a running start student. You will need the transcript and your test scores from the counselor or registrar.
Once you get your acceptance email you will need to set up your ctclink account with the student number they send you.
You will need to do an online orientation that takes you through different slides of information about college including accessing resources
You will meet with your counselor and fill out the Running Start Enrollment Verification Form (RSEVF). This form tells the college how many credits you are taking at Crossroads/Sno-isle and how many credits you can take at the college. This also includes the classes you are hoping to take. It is recommended you start with only 1 or 2 classes at Running Start your first quarter.
You will send your RSEVF to the running start advising, then you will have to meet with an advisor so they can make a plan for the college classes and help you finalize your college schedule.
You will then let your counselor and registrar know how many credits you signed up for once you finalize registration.
You may need to adjust your schedule for Crossroads if the times of college classes conflict.
You will go through the RSEVF and meetings with the Crossroads counselor and College Advisor each quarter.
Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center 11th & 12th Grade Programs
Sno-Isle has held interviews for position for the upcoming year and notice of Enrollment status will be sent to applicants on March 31st before Spring Break. There may be a few spots open in limited programs. Contact your school counselor if you need help or have any questions.
Sno-Isle offers the following programs for students who will be in the 11th grade or higher next year:
Business & Marketing:
Cosmetology, Culinary Arts Baking & Pastry, Culinary Arts Service & Production, Fashion & Merchandising
Criminal Justice, Fire Service Technology, Translation & Interpretation
Animation Program, Computers, Servers & Networking, Electronics Engineering Technology, Video Game Design
Science & Health:
Dental Assisting, Medical Assisting, Nursing Assistant, Veterinary Assisting
Trade & Industry:
Aerospace Manufacturing & Maintenance Technology, Auto Body & Collision Repair, Automotive Technology, Construction Trades, Diesel Power Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, Welding & Metal Fabrication