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High School Diploma

Objective: To provide adult learners with the opportunity to complete their high school education, thereby enhancing their employment prospects, preparing for higher education, and improving life skills.

Program Features

  • Flexible Scheduling: Classes offered during evenings and weekends to accommodate working adults.
  • Customized Curriculum: Tailored learning plans based on previously earned credits and individual educational goals.
  • Accelerated Pathways: Options for accelerated course completion through intensive classes or credit for prior learning and work experiences.

Curriculum Overview

  • Core Academic Subjects:

    • English: Focus on reading comprehension, writing skills, and literature.
    • Mathematics: From basic arithmetic to algebra and geometry.
    • Science: Basic concepts in biology, chemistry, and physics.
    • Social Studies: U.S. history, government, economics, and world history.
  • Elective Courses:

    • Variety of subjects including foreign languages, arts, and vocational training.
    • Courses may focus on skills relevant to current job markets.
  • Life Skills Education:

    • Courses in financial literacy, digital literacy, and other practical skills for personal and professional development.

Program Requirements

  • Credit Requirements: Completion of 170 academic credits.

Support Services

  • Academic Advising: Personalized guidance on course selection and career planning.
  • Tutoring and Support: Access to tutoring services for additional academic assistance.
  • Career Counseling: Resources for job search, resume building, and interview preparation.

Enrollment Process

  • Orientation: Introductory sessions to familiarize students with program resources and expectations.
  • Assessment: CASAS Placement test to determine the appropriate starting level in core subjects.

Target Audience

  • Adults who did not complete high school for various reasons.
  • Individuals seeking to improve employment opportunities or pursue higher education.


  • Attainment of a high school diploma.
  • Improved job prospects and potential for higher earnings.
  • Preparation for college-level coursework or vocational training.

This course is designed for those interested in completing a traditional High School Diploma. No minimum credits requirement to enroll.  

Course Schedule

Classes are held weekly from Monday - Thursday 

Morning Schedule: 9:30am - 12:00pm

Evening Schedule: 5:30pm - 8:00pm

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