Staffed by highly-qualified, licensed and credentialed teachers, our academic programs provide students with a variety of learning opportunities that reinforce content proficiency and scholastic achievement. Our High School Diploma/GED Program, English as a Second Language, and Career Technical Education Programs, are all based on academic standards aligned with Common Core and the College and Career Readiness Standards.
In the High School Diploma/GED Program, students receive letter grades and credits for all classes they attend in which they have demonstrated a sufficient competency for credit attainment. Students find support for their coursework in our Learning Resource Center (open computer lab) where students are welcome to use computers to finish and print assignments, do research, work with a staff member or complete group projects or homework, and explore counseling activities available through Naviance, our web-based counseling tool. Our full time Transition Counselor is also located in the Learning Resource Center and is available to help students monitor their personalized academic plan and access student support resources. Alumni are also supported for two years after completing their high school diploma or GED at the Adult School and are always welcome to use our open lab for completion of college assignments once they transition.
Our academic programs strive to prepare students for a successful transition to a post-secondary college environment, additional work skills training, or job placement.