Programs at CCEast
Earn a college degree or certificate, prepare for the GED test, take personal enrichment classes, and much more without leaving eastern Lewis County.
For meeting times and course descriptions, refer to the online class schedule, download the Winter 2021 CCEast Advising Schedule (pdf), or call 360-496-5022. Most winter quarter classes begin the week of Jan. 4.
In an effort to offer a full spectrum of learning opportunities for students, the following class modalities are being offered:
- Face-to-Face classes are the traditional in-person sessions in a classroom with an instructor. All COVID-19 protocols and restrictions must be met. Students must wear face masks and use social distancing.
- Online classes are fully online with no required dates/times for meeting. (There still may be deadlines assigned for tests, discussions, and assignments.)
- Hybrid classes have some of the face-to-face class time replaced with online activities.
- Virtual classes meet on a specific schedule, but may use online platforms such as Zoom, WebEx, or others.
- Hybrid/Virtual classes meet virtually on a specific day/time for part of the class, with an online component for the rest.
- Intro to Statistics (M) MATH 146 Face-to-face
- Global Health Issues (HF)(D) HLTH 141 Online
- Health & Wellness (HF) HLTH 130 Hybrid/Face-to-face
Career & Technical Education
- Principles of Accounting ACCT& 201 Online
- Individual Income Taxes ACCT 260 Online
- Payroll Accounting ACCT 270 Online
- Word I BTEC 210 Online
- Excel I BTEC 214 Online
- Desktop Publishing BTEC 218 Online
- Word II BTEC 219 Online
- PowerPoint BTEC 222 Online
These classes are for students who need some additional instruction prior to taking college-level courses. The following math classes are taught via computer-based instruction, with instructor support and guidance. Students attend face-to-face or may complete the class virtually with online instructor support.
- Pre-Algebra MATH 096
- Algebra I MATH 098
- Algebra II MATH 099
High School Completion
HS+ is a high school diploma program for adults age 18 and older. The first step is to submit an official copy of your high school transcripts to Centralia College East (PO Box 87, Morton 98356). Classes are $25 per quarter. (Low-income waivers are available for students who qualify.)
GED Classes & Testing
Students can take online classes through Centralia College East to prepare for the GED exam. Through the classes, students are given access to GED Readiness Practice Tests to identify gaps in learning prior to attempting the official GED exams. Testing scholarships are available for students who qualify. Call 360-496-5022 to get started.
Open Doors Youth Reengagement is a new partnership with the Morton and Mossyrock school districts and CCEast that provides educational services to youth who have dropped out of school or are not expected to graduate from high school by age 21. Call 360-496-5022 to get started.
Continuing & Community Education
These non-credit classes are designed for learning new skills and information in a non-graded, relaxed setting. Tuition is offered at a reduced rate. See the Continuing Education page for the most updated list of classes.
Possibilities at CCEast
Classes offered at Centralia College East enable individuals to complete a Centralia College Associate in Arts degree. This degree can either be transferred to a four-year university or be used to meet qualifications for jobs in the public or private sector.
Coursework toward several Business Technology certificates and Associate in Technical Arts (ATA) degrees can be taken at Centralia College East.
- Administrative Assistant - ATA
- Medical Administrative Assistant - ATA
- Legal Administrative Assistant - ATA
- Accounting - ATA, AAS & Certificates
- Business Administration - ATA
- Office Assistant and Legal Office Assistant - Certificate
- Medical Office Assistant - Certificate
Prerequisite courses offered at CCEast on a rotating basis are:
- Algebra I, Algebra II
- Intro to Statastics
- Composition I & II depending on quarter
- Human Relations - Workplace
- Lifespan Psychology
High school juniors and seniors who test at college level may, tuition free, begin their college coursework while meeting high school graduation requirements.
Individualized and small group study is offered Monday through Thursday at CCEast.
These non-credit classes designed for learning new skills and information in a non-graded, relaxed setting. Classes include health and fitness, arts, and more!
Community business classes earn no college credits and are offered at a reduced rate. Skills gained from these classes may be adapted to the business setting for professional development.
701 Airport Way
PO Box 87
Morton, WA 98356
360-496-5022 / 360-623-8925