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Middle College High School: Just the Facts!
What is Middle College High School?
Middle College is an alternative high school, administered by the Seattle Public School District. It is open to all high school students, 16 and older, who are looking for an educational option to prepare for college and complete their high school graduation requirements in a small school setting?
The first Middle College High School opened in New York in the 1970s. Seattle Central Community College, led by SU College of Education alumnae Dr. Julie Hungar, opened the first MCHS site in Seattle in 1991 (it has been housed at Northgate Mall for the past 11 years). South Seattle Community College now known as High Point opened a MCHS site in 1996 (housed at High Point Center Neighborhood House), and the University of Washington followed in 1998. Seattle University opened a site in November of 2013.
Can Middle College High School students receive college credit?
Students in MCHS have the option of taking community college, college-level courses free of charge through Running Start. These courses can transfer as credit to any institution of higher learning.
The unique opportunity Middle College High School allows a student.
Having upper-level high school students on campus provides unique learning opportunities for colleges and departments across campus. There are opportunities for research and bridging theory and practice, allowing students to apply learning immediately to a classroom of high school students.
Click MCHS Enrollment Procedures to learn more about our individual sites
Contact the Sites:
MCHS @ High Point
6400 Sylvan Way SW
Seattle WA 98126
MCHS @ Northgate
401 NE Northgate Way
Ste.# 203; Seattle WA 98103
MCHS @ Seattle U
901 12th Ave, Loyola Hall
rm #104; Seattle WA 98122
MCHS @ UW
Ida B Wells School for
UW Chemistry Lib Bldg.rm.#19; Seattle WA 98195
Principal: Cindy L.Nash