3 Options to Gain Your High School Diploma

 

  1.  High School Equivalency (HSE)

 

The State of Ohio provides learners 18 years of age and older, the opportunity to gain the academic skills and credentials needed for post secondary education and workforce development. Test takers who are 16 & 17 years of age may also apply with approved documentation. Best for those wanting to pursue a 4-year college degree. Program is at your own pace. Testing and registration are online at www.ged.com or www.hiset.ets.org

      2. Adult Diploma Program (ADP)

The Adult Diploma Program provides job training and a new pathway for Ohio adults, ages 22 or older, to earn a high school diploma based on ACT WorkKeys scores issued by the Ohio Department of Education AND industry credentials aligned to one of Ohio’s in-demand jobs. Offered here at the Career Center are the fields of:

 

      3. Adult 22+ High School Diploma Program (22+)

The 22+ Adult HSD Program (Credit Recovery) helps adults earn a high school diploma issued by their school district of residence. The program is free to adults who are over 22 years old, living in Ohio and do not have a diploma or a GED. Students must meet all graduation requirements from the time of their entry into 9th grade. Students have a limit of 2 consecutive years to earn credits. This is best for those wanting to pursue any career field even those not in demand.

 

+ Additional time as needed for study and assessments, completing the area of “hands-on training”, and successfully passing your required testing may be required. Call to speak with a career coach or program coordinator to learn more about your options!

Contact to Learn More

Anna Hanes                                                       

 

aspire@thecareercenter.net  or 740-885-5990