Distance Learning programs at Community Development

Adult High School Online

The Adult High School courses are provided to the students using their home computers and the NovaNet Program which is an internet lesson based program. Adult High School is for students who wish to earn a high school diploma. Students must be 18 years old or older to be admitted into the program. The students must be tested and achieve a TABE assessment score of 9.0 or higher in both reading and math and provide an official transcript in a sealed envelope from the last high school attended and bring them of both to the Adult High School Office. All students’ transcripts will be evaluated by the counselor once they qualify for the program to determine which credits will be accepted from the transcript and which credits the students will need to complete.

HiSET Online

HiSET (High School Equivalency Test) preparation online (as well as GED, General Educational Development test) is for students who wish to earn a high school equivalency certificate. Students can be adults (18 years and older) or minors (16 or 17 years) in order to be admitted into the program. Minors must obtain an approved waiver. Students must score 9.0 or higher in reading and math (TABE assessment).