High school graduation is not the end of our students' education; it is just the beginning. The jobs of the future will require further learning after high school and we want students to be prepared the pathway they choose.
That's why Highline is intentionally focusing beyond graduation, to prepare students to successfully complete some form of education after high school.
We are asking our students to think about their post-high school plans in terms of T-2-4.
| ||Technical training|
|2-year degree program |
|4-year university experience |
All are good options. Our high schools are expanding course offerings so students are ready for whichever one they choose.
Use the links below to explore career and college options.
It is never too early to begin thinking about post-high school education— even in elementary school. As students enter middle and high school, they will maximize their options for higher education by choosing to take challenging classes, seeking out help from teachers and counselors, and pushing themselves to overcome challenges.