Programs & Services
GED/High School+ Program
Page last updated:
May 24, 2023
May 24, 2023

Muckleshoot Tribal College

39811 Auburn Enumclaw Rd SE

Auburn, WA 98092


Program Overview

GED Program

Continuing Education works to prepare adult learners in the Muckleshoot Community to obtain their high school equivalency, or GED. We seek to serve students by offering free or low cost educational support, engaging students with cultural and real world curriculum, and building GED graduates to become work and college-ready.

High School+ Program

Adults work with an Renton Technical College (RTC) instructor and the instructor at the Muckleshoot Tribal College Education Resource Specialist to demonstrate competencies in reading, writing and math contextualized in science, history, government, occupational studies, and digital literacy. The program combines culturally relevant current coursework with previous learning, and work and life experiences to result in a Washington State High School Diploma.

Services Provided

Eligibility for Services

Outlook for 2023

Highlights of 2022

GED Program Outcomes

  • GED Student enrollment: 2 students
  • Offering in-person and virtual GED test preparation.
  • One-on-one tutoring available via appointment and drop-in with instructor.
  • We are currently in the process of offering flexible GED testing options. Students will have the option to either test in-person in the testing center, or reserve testing center for online testing.
  • Recruited additional testing proctor to increase testing center availability.

High School+ Program

  • High School 21+: 26 enrolled students, 24 Muckleshoot Indian Tribe (MIT), 2 other Tribally enrolled
  • 25 graduates, 21 Muckleshoot Indian Tribe (MIT), five times more than previous year.
  • One-on-one tutoring available via appointment and drop-in with instructor.
  • Collaborates with multiple Muckleshoot Indian Tribe (MIT) departments to provide wrap-around support for Tribal members in need of high school diploma.
  • Reengaged former GED students to switch to High School 21+ program with high rates of student satisfaction.
  • Collaborates with Renton Technical College (RTC) to provide culturally relevant options for high school credits.

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