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Adult Secondary Education (ASE)

The Adult Secondary Education (ASE) program prepares students to earn a high school diploma and/or pass the high school equivalency test (HiSET). ASE students can complete "a-g" approved courses in a traditional classroom setting (teacher-directed), through Individualized Instruction Lab (I.I. Lab) learning at their own pace in a classroom setting, or via Adult Independent Study (AIS) learning at home. Upon enrollment, a counselor will consult with the student to devise an Individualized Student Plan (ISP) to review transcripts and previous educational background and provide short and long-term goal options for earning a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate. An emphasis is placed on supporting students in transitioning to their next goals of the workforce and postsecondary education. Classes in ASE operate on a cohort (teacher-directed) and open entry, open exit schedule (AIS and I.I. Lab). 



  • Algebra 1A/1B
  • Biology 1/2
  • Economics
  • English 1/2/3/4
  • English Composition/Contemporary
  • English Composition/Expository
  • Fine Arts/Visual Arts
  • Geometry 1A/1B
  • Health
  • HiSET Preparation English/Spanish
  • Integrated Science 1/2/3/4
  • Life Sciences 1/2
  • Life Skills
  • Literature/American
  • Literature/Modern
  • Parent Education
  • Psychology
  • U.S. Government
  • U.S. History 1/2
  • World History 1/2