High School Diploma Completion and High School Equivalency Certificate
Students interested in our high school diploma program or who wish to prepare for the High school equivalency certificate must first attend an orientation that is held every Monday either at 1:00pm or 6:00pm and lasts from two to three hours.
For students who wish to complete their high school diploma, the school offers a WASC approved 190 credit diploma program. A member of the counseling department will review your previous transcript and determine which classes you need. Students attend a learning lab and take one course at a time through the school's online Edgenuity program under the supervison of a teacher.
For students who are a lot of credits short of diploma completion or who simply need a qualification in a short period of time for a job, entry into some other program, or to qualify for financial aid at a community college, earning a high school equivalency certificate approved by the state of California may be the best option.
For years, this was done through the GED, but last year the state approved the HiSET test as an alternative to GED and this new test is now offered by the school and has proved very popular with our students. The school offers preparation classes for students who wish to prepare for the HiSET or the GED.
The school is an official testing site for both the GED and the HiSET tests and would caution students that although these tests are both taken on a computer, they must be taken at an official testing center.
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