High School Diploma and High School Equivalency (GED/Hi-SET) Programs
High School Diploma (HSD) and High School Equivalency (HSE) programs are designed for students who want to complete their high school education. You’re never too old to complete your High School Diploma or Equivalency Certificate. Enroll today!
Highly-qualified and credentialed staff assist students with completing high school credits to earn a Washington Adult School High School Diploma. Alternatively, staff help prepare students to pass the GED or Hi-SET High School Equivalency exams. Both the HSD and HSE options are taught in a blended-learning environment. Curriculum is accessed via an online format, but a credentialed teacher is also in the classroom to provide direct one-on-one and small group direct instruction. It's important that students participate in all scheduled class times as well as plan to work outside class on classroom assignments. Regular attendance is a critical factor for students in order to receive the ongoing support from teacher and peers to meet their educational goals.
Our Washington Adult School staff are available to help you create an educational plan that is flexible to your needs, but also effective in helping you meet your educational goals.
A copy of your most recent high school transcript is required for evaluation and placement into High School Diploma courses.
Washington Adult School Student Center/Office
Our facilities are available to all potential and enrolled students. Those who seek information about post-secondary education, the college registration process, financial aid information, career and job exploration can access it in the student center. Students are encouraged to use the computers in the lab to work on class work outside of class time. The student center is open during all posted office hours. Computer access may be limited if testing is taking place.
Want to learn more about adult education and what high school program will be right for you? Visit Capital Adult Education here to explore the differences and decide which one will get you closer to your education and career goals.