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High School Diploma and Equivalency

Enrollment Procedure
 
Please follow the steps below to enroll in the High School Diploma or HiSET Program.
 
REMINDER: You must be 18 years of age or older to enroll in any Golden Oak Adult School program.
 
Step 1
To begin the enrollment process, please watch our 5-minute Orientation Video.
 
Step 2
After you have watched the orientation video, please complete the Academic Interest Form.
 
Step 3
 
Once all the enrollment steps have been completed you will be contacted by one of our counselors.  If you have not completed all the necessary steps, you will not be contacted.
 
Mailed transcripts should be sent to 23201 Dalbey Dr, Santa Clarita, CA 91355.
 
 
High School Diploma Program

Guidelines

All students will be assigned a mentor teacher and will be expected to attend a weekly check-in meeting to discuss their progress and set goals. Students who fail to attend their meetings with their mentor teacher or make adequate regular progress WILL be dropped from the program.
 
Graduation Requirements

Below are the requirements to receive the Golden Oak Adult School Diploma. We are a fully WASC accredited school and part of the William S Hart Union High School District. WASC stands for the Western Association for Schools and Colleges and it is a regional accreditation, the highest form attainable by any institution.
 
Subject Credits Typical Number of Courses
English 40 8
Math 10 2
Algebra 10 2
Fine Arts/Foreign Language 10 2
US History 10 2
Economics 5 1
US Government 5 1
World History 10 2
Life Science (ie: Biology)
10 2
Physical Science (ie: Chemistry)
10 2
Health
2.5 .5
Electives
57.5 11.5
Total
180 36

HiSET Equivalency Certificate

In the state of California, you can earn a High School Equivalency Certificate by successfully passing one of three different exams: GED, TASC, or HiSet. In addition to our high school diploma program, Golden Oak Adult School offers test preparation services for students interested in taking the HiSET test. The classes are offered in a cohort model with instruction in a classroom setting as well as access to online instruction and preparation tools. We offer HiSET preparation for both the English and Spanish versions of the test. Classroom instruction for HiSET is done in a module form and students have the opportunity to take the exam for each subject following each module.
 
HiSET Exams
 
If you are only interested in taking the High School Equivalency Exams, please visit www.hiset.ets.org to schedule your test dates.