High School Diploma
Complete the classes you need to receive your high school diploma through Acalanes Adult Education Secondary High School Diploma Program. Online evening classes are available.
How do I register for classes?
Students must register during the regular enrollment period. Upon enrollment, students will meet with office staff review transcripts for course requirements. Once enrolled, students will be given a CASAS reading assessment to confirm reading level. The Adult Education High School Diploma program is available for students the age of 18 and older (AUHSD AR 6200; Education Code sections 84900 - 84920).
Students enrolled in our high school diploma program must meet with their teacher twice per week, in addition to completing work at home. All tests and assessments are done at school under the direction of a teacher.
High School Diploma Requirements
Acalanes Adult Education awards an Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) Acalanes Adult Education diploma to students enrolled in the High School Diploma program, once graduation credit requirements have been met. Prior credits earned, which meet the AUHSD standards, can be included in the completion of units. Official transcripts from previous schools are required, as proof of previous credits.
Credits required for earning adult education high school diploma:
English - 40 credits
Mathematics (including successful completion of two semesters of a course beyond Algebra 1) - 20 credits
Life Science - 10 credits
Physical Science - 10 credits
World History - 10 credits
US History - 10 credits
Government - 5 credits
Economics - 5 credits
World Language, American Sign Language, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, or Technology - 20 credits
Electives - 75 credits
Students are exempt from the Physical Education graduation requirement (Education Code section 51241 and 52146).