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High School Diploma / Equivalency

High School Equivalency Programs

Students must be at least 18 years old to attend the Adult School.  We're committed to providing students with ongoing support, offering individualized learning plans to help students achieve their educational goals. 

All classes are FREE and by appointment only.  Register any time - it's never too late.  After an initial orientation, students may work with our teachers during Adult School designated hours.

To begin the enrollment process:

  1. Click on the button below to complete a pre-enrollment form. 
  2. Obtain a copy of your high school transcripts for your orientation appointment (contact the last school you attended and received credits from).
  3. Work with an instructor/counselor to set your individualized learning plan.
  4. Attend 6 hours a week.
  5. Become a high school graduate.
  6. Transition to academic and career pathways.
  7. Questions? Call 805.549.1222 or email adultschool@slcusd.org.

High School Equivalency Exam (HiSET)

In response to Covid-19, we have canceled HiSET exams until further notice.  Please contact HiSET or GED for high school equivalency in-home testing information.

The HiSet is equivalent to the GED and approved by the State of California.  We offer test preparation classes for the HiSET exam at the Adult School. Register for an initial orientation by completing  our pre-registration form and then study at your convenience and work with teachers during our Adult School designated hours.  When you're ready, take the HiSET test online.

Test Scores

Request HiSET and GED test scores from the California Department of Education link below.

HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY TESTS

If you took your GED at the Adult School at any time, including prior to 1990, please request records below.

REQUEST GED RECORDS

San Luis Obispo County Jail Programs

San Luis Coastal Adult School offers a high school diploma program at the San Luis Obispo County Jail.