Can you get into community college with 4 years of high school and with certificate of completion for that high school that you attend and passed.
Different states have different tradition about passing, so that got me confused, is that enough?
Asked by: Antonia, 3 months ago
States and schools have different criteria, we can never guarantee whether you get accepted to a certain school or not. However, getting accepted is seldom a problem at Community College as long as you can pay for your course and fulfill the English language requirements. In Washington State schools like Seattle Central College offer a High School Completion plus program where you can take both an associate degree and an american high school diploma in only two years. You can start your studies after 10 years of school in your home country (2 years of high school if you have four years high school in your country).
If you have completed high school at home it should not be any problem to get accepted at most Community Colleges in the US. To get a definite answer you will need to apply to a college.
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Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2020-03-11 19:03:44
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