The Adult High School Completion Program is designed to meet the the general-education needs of people age 20 and older who aren't otherwise served by educational programs in our community. Successful students will meet state requirements for graduation and will be issued a regular high school diploma.
The State of Washington requires nineteen credits for a high-school diploma.
Eligible students who wish to enroll in Adult High School must provide the high school office (Bldg. 14, Rm. 114) with an official transcript from their previous high school. Once an official transcript is on file, an evaluation of credits will be completed. We encourage all new students to take the COMPASS test for advising purposes.
Adult High School is not designed to be used as an alternative high school completion program for students who are enrolled or should be enrolled in the public school system.