The high school completion program provides another alternative for students needing to complete their high school diploma. In order to enroll in the program, students must bring transcripts from all high schools they have attended. Students must apply for admission to the College and complete the COMPASS placement test prior to meeting with their advisor.
Washington residents enrolled in high school completion classes who are under 19 years of age pay full tuition and must have a release from their high school to participate in the program. Residents who are 19 or older pay a reduced tuition rate; see the WWCC tuition and fee schedule for current rates. High School Completion Students pay a reduced tuition rate only for those classes needed to complete a Walla Walla Community College diploma. Non-residents need to inquire about the fee schedule at the Student Development Center.