RTC to offer evening college classes at Kentlake High School

Renton Technical College (RTC), in partnership with the Kent School District, offers general college-level evening classes at Kentlake High School beginning Monday.

All community members and high school students, regardless of residence, are able to take college classes. Residency in the Kent school district is not required.

"Kent School District works to provide paths to education for everyone, and we rely on partners such as Renton Technical College to help fulfill our vision," said Superintendent Edward Lee Vargas.

Kentlake and RTC have offered classes toward medical professional degrees and certifications for community members at Kentlake since the fall quarter.

This winter, first-year courses offered are chemistry, communication, composition, psychology, math fundamentals, algebra, and pre-calculus. Those interested need to register through RTC at

High school students who want to take these classes should contact their counselor about Running Start. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

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