WWCC High School Diploma


A student at Walla Walla Community College can earn a high school diploma in one of the following:

  1. A student meets the specific graduation requirements for high school completion by enrolling in the college's Alternative Education Program (AEP) or High School Completion (HSC) program, subject to rules adopted by the superintendent of public instruction (OSPI) and the state board of education.

  2. A student, who is younger than 21 years old and has been enrolled in Running Start at any time, completes an associate degree, including an associate of arts degree, associate of science degree, associate of technology degree, or associate in applied science degree.  This is regardless if they are currently enrolled in RS or not.  Students must provide a written request to the college registrar's office.

  3. A student, twenty-one years or older, who enrolls in WWCC for the purpose of obtaining an associate degree and who completes an associate degree, including an associate of arts degree, associate of science degree, associate of technology degree, or associate in applied science degree.  Students must provide a written request to the college registrar's office.

Students who request the high school dipoma may receive both the college degree and the high school diploma at the college graduation ceremony.

Source: State House Bill 1758, effective July 26, 2009, and retroactive for all associate degrees earned at anytime.