High School Adult Diploma

The Clark College High School Adult Diploma is a high school diploma issued from the State of Washington through Clark College. Students complete college credit-bearing classes at a reduced tuition rate to count toward both their remaining high school requirements and a degree or certificate. 

Program Details

Students who completed the necessary requirements and credits for an adult diploma prior to submitting records for an evaluation 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.


How do I enter the program?

  1. Apply for Admissions: Apply online or in person at the Welcome Center, located in Gaiser Hall, Room 128.

  2. Complete placement test in the Assessment Center, located within Enrollment Services in Gaiser Hall, Room 128.

  3. Complete the new student orientation requirements.

  4. Obtain an official high school transcript. Official transcripts should remain in a sealed envelope from the school or school district the student last attended.  Contact the high school or high school district for more information on obtaining an official transcript.

  5. Meet with the Transitional Studies Program Manager.  Transcripts need to be submitted to T-Building 201 prior to appointment with manager.  During the appointment, the program manager will create a customized education plan, including an estimated timeline for completion. To make an appointment , please call the Transitional Studies Reception Desk at 360-992-2741.


Program Contact

Transitional Studies Reception Desk
T-Building (TBG), Room 201 
Phone: 360-992-2741
Email: tssupport@clark.edu