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High School Diploma

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS

Students working toward a high school diploma must be interviewed by a Chaffey Adult School counselor prior to enrollment in classes. Students should see a counselor at least once each semester until graduation requirements are completed. Please call for an appointment.

 

High School diplomas are granted to students who successfully complete the requirements of the Adult School (please see brochure or video). Students must also meet a residency requirement by completing a minimum of 10 semester units of credit in the Chaffey Adult School program. Transcript evaluation of previous high school work by CAS staff determines credit. Credit may also be granted for other coursework, work experience and military service.

 

These classes are semester-based and offer teacher-led instruction using curriculum aligned with the State’s standards. Each class meets one night a week for three hours during the semester. These classes are available at no charge. All high school diploma classes begin the week of August 16, 2021.

 

Fall Courses

Subject

Day

Time

Location

English II-1

W

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. C-2

English III-1

Th

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. C-2

English Language Arts            

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. C-2

U.S. History I-1

T

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-4

World History I-1

W

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-4

U.S. Government

T

6:00-9:00 pm   

5th St. E-3

Economics

W

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-3

Alg./Geo. Fundamentals

M

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-2

Financial Algebra

T

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-2

Physical Science

TH

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. C-3

Life Science I-1

W

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. C-3

 

Spring Courses

Subject

Day

Time

Location

English I-2

T            

6:00-9:00 pm        

5th St. C-2             

English II-2

W

6:00-9:00 pm

5th St. C-2

English III-2

Th

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. C-2

English Language Arts            

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. C-3

U.S. History I-2

T

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-4

World History I-2

W

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-4

U.S. Government

M/T

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-3

Economics

W/Th

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-3

Alg./Geo. Fundamentals

M

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-2

Financial Algebra

T

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. E-2

Earth Science

T

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. C-3

Life Science I-2

W

6:00-9:00 pm  

5th St. C-3

 

STUDY LABS

Adult students can work toward a high school diploma at their own pace in a study lab designed to accommodate those who need a flexible schedule. A teacher is present to assist students. Available subjects include English I-III, Reading Improvement, Algebra I, Alg./Geo. Fundamentals, Consumer Math, World History I-1 & I-2, U.S. History I-1 & I-2, U.S. Government, Economics, Physical Science, Earth Science, Biology  I-1 & I-2, and various electives. These classes are available at no charge. Students must complete required assessments and activities, including a career assessment and inventory.

 

Day

Time

Location

Teacher

M/W

10:00 am-2 pm & 5:00-8:00 pm

7th St. M-3

 

 

Rogerson

 

 

T/TH 

10:00 am-2 pm & 5:00-8:00 pm

F

open lab (by appointment only)

M-TH     

9:30-11:30 am       

5th St. E-2 (Math)      

Goldstein           

 

ONLINE CLASSES

Online classes provide students with the opportunity to complete coursework toward completion of their high school diploma using an online curriculum. Students enrolled in an online diploma class will be assigned a teacher who will provide an orientation, course access (log-in/password) and software navigation information. The teacher will monitor coursework, assignments and activities and proctor exams. Students will progress through the coursework from home or school lab while consistently meeting with the teacher to complete course requirements, including a career assessment and inventory and resume.

 

The assigned teacher is available during weekly lab/office hours to assist students, monitor progress, and supervise exams, including the final exam. For those instances when students are unable to meet with their assigned teacher, additional lab hours are available for students to receive assistance and complete course/program requirements. In order to remain enrolled and earn credit in the program, students must communicate with the counselor, maintain contact with the teacher, advance toward course completion, complete required activities, and complete exams the presence of the teacher. In order to progress or continue in the program, additional assessments are required.

Note: The online program does not absolve students from in-person/on campus obligations. Students must have access to local transportation.
Schedule: Teacher and lab information will be provided at enrollment and during a mandatory orientation with the teacher (first meeting with the teacher) progress.

 

TEACHER CONTACTS

Study lab/Online teachers may be reached at the following email addresses:

Flo Dabney

Karen Goldstein

Susan Cross

Francisco Lopez

Trevor Rogerson

 

GRADUATION DAY IS MAY 23, 2022
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