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    Q: Where is MCHS located?

    A: MCHS has programs at Seattle University and the University of Washington. Both sites operate independently, but come together on Wednesdays for elective classes, guest speakers, and whole school activities.

    Q: What makes MCHS special?

    A: MCHS is unique because of its small size and its personalized learning program. Students receive plenty of individualized attention so you won’t get lost in the crowd.

    Q: How can I learn more about the program?

    A: The best way to learn about MCHS is to visit our different sites and see programs in action.

    To attend an information session at the University of Washington site, contact Phillip Page at plpage@seattleschools.org or 206.685.3476. 

    To attend an information session at Seattle University, contact Steve Miranda at smmireanda@seattleschools.org or 206.720.3078.

    To attend an information session at John Marshall, contact Kattie Jones at, kcjones@seattleschools.org or 206-252-9900.

    Q: What is the Early College program like?

    A: The University of Washington site and the Seattle University site will each enroll a small cohort of students in the fall 2019. These freshmen will spend their 9th and 10th grade years earning high school credits on a college campus. In their 11th and 12th grades, students will enroll in the Running Start program through Seattle Colleges (North, Central & South), where they will begin earning college credits, affording them the opportunity to graduate from high school with a diploma and two-year college degree.

    Our small school model allows
    for
    smaller class sizes and 
    personalized attention!