College Readiness & ESL
Shoreline Community College’s Transitional Studies programs are here to support you to improve your English-language skills, get a high school diploma/GED, prepare for college-level work, or start career training now. No matter where you are in your learning or language level, we have the resources for you to transition to where you want to be!
Learn English (ESL)
Our English as a Second Language program offers classes for non-native English-speaking immigrants, refugees, and citizens.
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Our high support ABE program develops students’ math and writing skills for direct entry into college-level classes. In addition, students can earn their high school diploma or GED.
Start college-level instruction without a HS degree! Our I-BEST programs provide academic support (math, English language skills) and career skills training in the same classroom.
Earn a high school diploma or GED
Get the funding, guidance, and support you need to take the GED or get a high school diploma. Find a high school completion program that works for you.
- Learning Support Centers Drop in to one of our many learning centers for help with a specific subject.
- ESL/ABE Study Center Tutoring support, computers with language, math, and keyboarding software, and cultural activities!
- Volunteer Program Work with and assist small groups in classrooms and at the ESL/ABE Study Center.
Have questions? Let us help you!
- FOSS (5000) Building, Room 5205
- (206) 705-8725
- See the College's operating hours