Clark College's High School Adult Diploma is designed for adult
students (age 18 and over) whose high school education was interrupted.
To earn an adult high school diploma, you must be age 18 and over
and your high school class must have graduated. If you are 18 years
of age, you must pay full tuition for these classes. If you are
19 years of age and over, you are eligible for a reduced tuition
while completing the high school diploma requirements. You are responsible
for any additional class fees and books.
you have earned the necessary credits for an adult diploma prior
to submitting records for an evaluation, you will be required to
successfully complete a three-credit Clark College course before
a diploma will be issued. Credit classes previously completed at
Clark College may meet this requirement.
- A three-credit-hour class equals one-half of a high school credit.
- A five-credit-hour college class equals one full high school credit.
College transfer-level courses completed to earn the high school
adult diploma may also count toward college degree requirements.