High School+

About The Program

High School+ is a low-cost option for adults to earn their high school diploma. Students may begin the program before the age of 21, but cannot be awarded a diploma until the quarter they turn 21 years old.  High School+ infuses basic skills classes with more rigorous, high-school level education and training so students can upgrade their skills while working toward a high school credential. Students take Career and Academic Preparation (CAP) classes.  CAP classes cost $25.00 tuition per quarter. Tuition assistance is available. You must be 16 years of age or older. 

Getting Started

We accept high school credits you have earned, GED tests you have passed, and work experience toward your High School+ diploma. We will get started by evaluating your transcripts and documents to determine credits you have satisfied and credits you need to earn.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we will be working over phone and email to get you started. Please email transcripts to tssupport@clark.edu We are happy to accept unofficial transcripts to get you started and will work with you to get official transcripts before your High School+ diploma is awarded. Please email tssupport@clark.edu with questions or leave a message at 360-992-2741 and one of our staff members will return your call.

Transcript Evaluations and Educational Plans:  Once a transcript evaluation is complete, students receive an email with the results and are contacted shortly after to schedule an appointment with a Pathway Advisor.  During the appointment, the Pathway Advisor will go over the evaluation and create a customized education plan, including an estimated timeline to completion.

You must be 16 years of age or older.  If you are under age 19, you must have a release from compulsory high school attendance.

Have Questions?

Transitional Studies Reception
T-Building (TBG), Room 201

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