Is your goal to complete high school? A high school diploma or equivalency certificate opens doors for you professionally and academically. We will work with you to navigate the various programs available and choose the best path for your future.
FREE classes with tutoring and support!
- Daytime, evening, and weekend classes available
- Individualized study plans to work with your schedule
Easy transition to college and career training programs
- Get the qualifications for a better job
Do you need to improve basic skills? Improve basic math, English, and study skills needed for high school success. Learn more about classes available in our Adult Basic Education Program.
To complete high school, you have two options. You can earn a high school diploma or an equivalency certificate (HiSET/GED). Both programs prepare students to transition to college or to get a better job.
You earn a high school diploma after completing coursework and proficiencies. With this option, you attend classes and complete coursework on your own schedule.
- You receive an equivalency certificate (HiSET/GED) when you pass an exam. Each exam consists of 4 to 5 subtests.
- Individualized study plans to work with your schedule.
To learn more about your options, contact our
Our study skills lab can help. Held every Monday through Thursday from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM, you will learn the skills you need to succeed in high school and college. Our teachers will cover a variety of topics including:
- Test taking strategies
- Organization and time management
- Coping with math anxiety
- Note taking and academic reading
Study Skills Lab Hours:
Monday - Thursday
2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
We are in Room B-109 at our Centennial Education Campus. You can come for 30 minutes or 3 hours a day, depending on your schedule. Register for this class directly in the classroom (B-109) with the teacher.
Students taking classes in any of the following programs can attend:
- High School Diploma
- High School GED/HiSET
- Adult Basic Education
- College Readiness
You can register for this class directly in the classroom (B-109) with the teacher.