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High School Concurrent
High School Concurrent Programs
Interested in exploring your career interests while earning college credit toward an industry-recognized technical certificate – all by the time you leave high school? View the information below to learn more about concurrent programs, courses, transfer options, career paths and more.
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Take concurrent culinary classes now and earn certifications that can land you a job in the restaurant and food industry after you graduate high school.
NWACC also offers concurrent programs in CNA/PCA+/medical terminology, criminal justice and dental assisting. View the application process.
Other Academic Pathways
→ Earn College Credit - Rather take college-level general education courses (such as algebra, English, psychology, etc.) while in high school to save time and money? Begin the application process and connect with your high school counselor for further guidance.
→ Earn an Associate Degree - Rather take college-level core courses and electives toward an associate degree that can be transferred to a four-year institution after you graduate high school? View the associate degree page.
→ Connect with your high school advisor or NWACC’s High School Relations Office to discuss which concurrent academic path is right for you.