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Beaverton Schools

College Track

College Track is geared toward students interested in an Associate's Degree or beyond who may benefit from guidance and support prior to that experience. College Track offers Beaverton School District students a chance to explore Portland Community College through a preparatory cohort model.

How It Works
Students begin by participating in a Portland Community College (PCC) Dual Credit CG100 (College Success & Survival) or CG130 (Today's Careers) college prep class. Both are taught on-site at Merlo Station High School. Upon successful completion of the 11-week college prep class, students enroll in one class at PCC. The College Track teacher mentors each cohort through their PCC classes.

Intended Outcome
Successful students:

  1. Complete 12 credits at Portland Community College.
  2. Map out their post-secondary study.
  3. Work toward completion of Math 60 and Reading/Writing 115 at PCC so they are eligible for Early College
  4. Complete their high school diploma or GED and prepare to continue on to their post-secondary studies.

How to Access College Track
The home high school counselor recommends students. Students attend an information session. Those who are interested need to complete an application and essays, and turn in all forms to their home high school counselor to submit to College Track at Passages.