High School Programs
Catalog & Program Info
Classes & Course Info
Our Academic Transfer programs enable you to transfer credits earned at Centralia College to four-year institutions. The Associate in Arts (AA), the Associate in Liberal Arts (ALA), and the Associate in Science (AS) degree programs are planned in cooperation with most four-year colleges and universities in Washington. We also have partnerships with some four-year universities.
Check out our Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) programs.
Our Workforce Education programs provide hands-on job training. You may earn an Associate in Technical Arts (ATA) or an Associate in Applied Science, Transfer (AAS-T) degree or a Certificate of Proficiency.
Teacher Education & Family Development
Our Teacher Education & Family Development program strengthens, educates, and supports families and students in the community. TEFD programs support parents, contribute to supportive environments for families, and promote quality learning for young children.
Our Transitional Education program offers basic core skills and literacy classes, including GED preparation, English as a Second Language, and pre-college. Classes are located in the Odegaard Phoenix Center, which provides learning resources, basic skills classes, and testing services to students and the community.
Continuing & Community Education
Our Continuing & Community Education program offers non-credit classes to lifelong learners, including community classes in the arts, health and fitness, and computer training. Many continuing education classes provide professional certifications.
Centralia College East
Centralia College East, located in Morton, is a branch campus of Centralia College, established to meet the educational needs of the residents of central and eastern Lewis County. CCEast provides registration services, educational advising and tutoring, Running Start, career counseling, assistance with financial aid, adult literacy tutoring, GED classes, career and placement testing, and online access to CC's library resources.
Walton Science Center