White River School District Equivalency Guide

Green River College Running Start

High School Graduation RequirementGreen River College Equivalency
Contemporary Government HUMAN 186, 190, 224; HIST &128, 233, 250; PHIL 102, 210, 220, 243;
POLS &101, &202, &203, &204; SOC &101, &201, 215; ECON 100, 194, &202;
EnvS &204; AMES 100
English 11 ENGL &101 and above
English 12 ENGL &101 and above
Electives Any course 100 level or above
Fine Arts Art, Music, Drama; PHOTO 101, 111
Foreign Language Any foreign language &121, &122 or &123
Health HL ED 150 
Life Skills  None
Math MATH 106, &107, &141, &142, &146, 147, &148, &151, &152, 238, 240, &254,
256 &153; ACCT 110*; BTAC 110* (*with approval from high school counselor) 
Occupational Education Any 100 and above level course taken from the following disciplines:
Automotive Tech, Aviation, Business Administration,
Business Management Business Technologies and Administrative Careers (BTAC), Carpentry,
Court Reporting and Captioning, Computer Science, Machining and Manufacturing Tech, Criminal Justice,
Design Drafting Tech, Early Childhood Education Development, Economics, Education, Engineering,
Industrial Education, Information Tech, Journalism, Natural Resources or Welding.
Physical Education Any Physical Education class 100 and above.
Science Any 5 credit course which satisfies a Green river's 'Natural Sciences' requirement as outlined on the Associate in Arts - DTA.
US History HIST &136, &137
Civics POLS &101, &202, &203
Washington State History HIST &214
World History HIST 101, 102, 103; GEOG 120, &200, 205

Please note: Common Course Numbers (CCN) are designated with the “&” symbol. 5 college credits = 1 HS credit; 3 college credits = 0.6 HS credit; 2 college credits = 0.4 HS credit; 1 college credit = 0.2 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.