High School Diploma or Equivalency Certificate?
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.
High School Diploma
You earn a high school diploma after completing coursework and proficiencies. With this option, you attend classes in required subjects and complete coursework at your own pace.
You receive an equivalency certificate (HiSET/GED) by passing an exam. Each exam consists of 4 to 5 subtests.
Both the diploma and equivalency certificate program offer individualized study plans to work with your schedule.
Not sure what program is right for you?
Meet with a counselor at the School of Continuing Education.