High School Accelerated Programs
High school counselors work with students to advise them of opportunities for advanced learning. Some of these opportunities, such as Career and Technical Education, may only be offered at specific locations.
If you are considering taking an IB or AP course, the Washington Student Achievement Council has additional information that may be helpful to you:
High school students should work with their guidance counselors to develop an academic plan that best fits their needs, preferences, and goals.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) Program at Inglemoor High School provides high school students with rigorous instruction with high expectations, while also allowing them to take advantage of the Inglemoor's selection of activities and leadership positions. For more information regarding the IB Program, visit the program's website: IB at Inglemoor.
CollegeBoard has online resources for students interested in AP courses:
- What Is AP?
- AP Courses and Exams (Note: Your high school may not offer all of these courses. Talk to your counselor about the AP courses that are available to you.)
College in the High School is an opportunity for sophomores, juniors, and seniors to take college-level courses on their high school campus.
The Running Start program allows high school juniors and seniors to enroll in courses at a community college. Courses successfully completed during Running Start may count towards your high school diploma and college credit.
Visit your high school's Running Start page to learn more: