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Spokane Falls Community College (SFCC) has agreements with high schools to have college-level classes delivered by high school teachers under the mentorship of SFCC faculty.

Students must be a sophomore, junior or senior attending a high school participating as a College in the High School partner and they must meet prerequisites to enroll in the college course.

Note: Eligibility from transcript, SAT or ACT has $15 fee. Writing Test at SFCC has $30 fee.

Students pay $50 per college credit for each class. However, some school districts may have grants to assist or cover tuition and fees so please contact your school.

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  • Apply online like any other SFCC student. 

  • When you get to the state application, create a new account. 

  • Write down user name and password. Login to start application.

  • Complete all required information. You will see a green check mark on the right side of the screen after you complete each section of the application.

  • Final step: Make sure you hit the "Submit" button. You have the option to review and print.

  • You will receive emails from SFCC's Office of Concurrent Enrollment Programs for next steps, including course enrollment and tuition due dates. If you have any questions about the process, feel free to call our office at 509-533-3435.

Our list of high schools is growing rapidly. If your school isn't listed, check with your counselor about the possibility of it being added. 

  • Jenkins Jr/Sr High School

  • Northwest Christian High School

  • Riverside High School

  • Applications will be processed in a timely manner.

  • Eligibility will be checked to ensure all prerequisites are met prior to course enrollment.

  • Course enrollments will be processed by office staff to simplify the enrollment process for students.

  • Tuition payment reminders will be sent leading up to the tuition due date.

  • Correspondence and resource information will be shared to help students get the most out of their College in the High School experience.

  • Access will be provided to the SFCC campus library.

  • Faculty mentors from SFCC are overseeing course learning outcomes to ensure all courses meet college-level requirements.