Sumner School District Equivalency Guide

Green River College Running Start

High School Graduation RequirementGreen River College Equivalency
English ENGL &101 must be the first English.
Second English: any 5 credit ENGL class above 101.
U.S. History HIST 135, &137
Social Studies Elective SOC &101, &201; PSYC &100; GEOG &100, 120, 123, &200, 201, 205;
ANTH &100 or above; HIST 100 or above
Contemporary World HIST &128; POLS &203, 209
Civics POLS &101, &202, &203, &204, 209
Washington State History HIST &214
Health HL ED 150, 180; NUTR &101
Math MATH 106 or above; CS &131, 132, &141, 145; BTAC 110
BA 145; ACCT 110, 111
Occupational Ed./CTE Any professional tech/vocational course above 100 level.
World Language Year 1 Any World Language Course 121 or above. (Must be  sequential and same language)
World Language Year 2 Any World Language Course 122 or above. (Must be  sequential and same language)
Fine Art Any 5 credit course in Art, Music, Dance, Drama, or Photography above the 100 level. 
Science Any science** course 100 level or above in PHYS, BIOL,  CHEM, ENV S, GEOL, ASTR, AP, or OCEA; ANTH &205,  &236
Physical Education Any PE course.
Advisory Not available at GRC; must meet requirement at high school

Please note: Common Course Numbers (CCN) are designated with the “&” symbol. 5 college credits = 1 HS credit; 3 college credits = 0.5 HS credit; 1 or 2 college credits = 0.25 HS credit. Minimum Green River College grade to earn credit for high school is 1.0.

Courses meeting high school graduation requirements may not meet University Entrance Requirements. See College Academic Distribution Requirements for minimum entrance requirements.

A single course may not be used to satisfy a credit requirement for more than one subject.

**Graduation requirements include two lab sciences and one lab or non-lab science (three science credits total for the Class of 2021 and beyond). For students to be prepared for the state science assessment, courses should address Life Sciences (biology), Physical Science (chemistry/physics), Earth and Space, and Engineering.