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    Referral Process
    Posted on 11/13/2017
    Our Programs:


    MCHS at Northgate (10-12th grades):
    Enrolling now!

    Located at our Northgate location, this program is specifically designed for 10-12th graders who are looking for a small, supportive learning environment. Typically our students benefit from small class sizes and more support from teachers. Our classes are a blend of group learning, as well as online learning, but students are expected to follow a regular school schedule and we do not offer a distance learning program.

    New Student Orientation dates:

    *We have completed our orientations for this school year. Check back in May for orientation dates in June for students enrolling in Fall 2019*

    MCHS-Seattle Early College Program (SEC) at UW and SU (9th Grade ONLY): Enrolling for 2019/2020 school year!

    Our University of Washington and Seattle University sites each will enroll 20 students in the fall of 2019. These will be 9th graders who will spend their 9th and 10th grade years earning high school credits on a college campus. In 11th and 12th grade, students will enroll in the Running Start program at Seattle Central College, where they can begin earning college credits. Students will have the opportunity to graduate from high school with a diploma and a two-year college degree.


    9th Grade Cohort Info contacts:

    - For tour information Contact Steve Miranda at: smmiranda@seattleschools.org or 206.720.3078 

    -  University of Washington. Contact Joie Brannan at: ljbrannan@seattleschools.org or 206.685.3476 to r


    Enrollment:

    MCHS at Northgate: 10-12th Grade

    Who can attend?

    In order to be eligible for referral to MCHS, 10-12th grade students must first meet the following minimum requirements:

    1. Student has completed a minimum of 5 credits in 10th grade. 

    2. Student has completed one year of high school

    Referral Process

    1. Send in your completed Referral Form, transcripts and IEP/504 if applicable.

    2. RSVP to attend a tour of the site.

    3. Attend an Orientation. The orientation includes an overview of our program, student interview with staff, written prompt.
    1. Paperwork must be mailed, submitted in person to the MCHS office located at 401 NE Northgate Way, Ste. #203, Seattle, WA 98125 or emailed to kcjones@seattleschools.org.
    2. Packets will be assessed by MCHS Prospective Student Review Committee. Your packet will be considered complete when we receive all documentation.

     


    Seattle Early College Program at SU and UW: 9th Grade ONLY


    To attend Seattle Early College for the next school year 2019-20, current SPS students should first contact the site to find out more information about their programs, classroom environment and info night sessions. Families will also need to complete our entrance form  and email it to kcjones@seattleschools.org. New students to the district must first enroll in SPS by completing the online registration application.

     

    Important Dates:

     

    - Thursday, April 25, 6:30pm at UW site: Info night for prospective student and families

    Please contact Phillip Page or Joie Brannan to RSVP to attend the Info Night, or to schedule a day time tour of the UW site. Phone: 206-685-3476, Email: ljbrannan@seattleschools.org.

    - Tuesday, April 30th: SU Open House. Please contact Steve Miranda  to RSVP to attend or to schedule a tour of the SU site. Phone: 206.720.3078, Email: smmiranda@seattleschools.org.

    Friday, May 3rd: Deadline to submit Entrance Form and required documents

    Week of 5/13: Interviews

    Week of 5/27: Admission Notification




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