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    MCHS @ Seattle University

    Our small community school is located on the campus of Seattle University, in partnership with the College of Education. The students benefit from a small, personalized high school that is integrated into the daily life of Seattle University.

    Each Monday we meet for Community Breakfast, which is catered by the university. Thursday mornings are dedicated to a series of learning experiences we call “Cultivating Imagination.” We visit with entrepreneurs, artists, activists, and teachers who think differently and model innovation. The rest of the week, our small group classes allow students personalized attention from their teachers, who help students succeed now while preparing for the future.

    Who Can Attend?

    Middle College High School programs are open to all students, sixteen or older, who have at least 8 credits and who may or may not be thriving in their present school environment. These students are should be looking for an educational option to prepare for college and/or to complete their high school graduation requirements in a small school setting.

    Referral Process

    Complete the referral form and turn it in at our Northgate site, along with current transcripts and 504 or IEP, if applicable, or email it to

    RSVP to attend a tour at the site of your choice. Tour times are listed below:

    Attend our Orientation and Interview Session at our Northgate site on Mondays from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. Parents/Guardians are encourage to attend the Orientation portion. This session includes:

    • An orientation on our program at MCHS as well as information on all three sites.
    • Essay writing
    • A student interview with the principal.

    Meet with our Academic Counselor to set up your schedule, upon approval to the program

    Please contact Kattie Jones at, or 206-252-9900 if you have any questions.

    Graduation Success Coordinator:
    Sola Oyelowo – 206.720.3078

    Address: 901 12th Ave, Loyola Hall 104, Seattle, WA 98122