Adult High School Diploma
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What We Offer
You may complete studies and earn a high school diploma at PCC if you are 16 years of age or older. Previous high school credits from an accredited institution will be evaluated and applied toward your diploma. You can also earn college credit while taking PCC classes to satisfy your remaining high school requirements.
Plan your program with the Adult High School Diploma Office at the PCC campus you wish to attend.
- You must be at least 16 years old. Students under 18 years old must be officially released from high school. If home schooled, you must provide a letter of verification from your local Educational Service District (ESD). Students under 16 years of age, refer to Under 16 Years of Age Admissions.
- It is recommended that you have earned at least 12 credits from an accredited high school or from appropriate college course work. If you have fewer than 12 credits, you may be admitted on a probationary status.
- You must provide your Adult High School Diploma Specialist with an official copy of your high school transcript, mailed or hand delivered in a sealed envelope.
How to Get Started
- Complete the college admissions form online, or in person at an Enrollment Services Office.
- Contact the last high school district in which you were a student, to obtain your official high school transcript.
- Take the college placement exams in reading, writing, and math at your campus Testing Center.
- Schedule an appointment with a Adult High School Diploma Specialist to discuss your high school transcript and find out what classes you need to take to meet graduation requirements.