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High School Diploma and Equivalency

Enrollment Procedure
 
You must be 18 years of age or older to enroll in Golden Oak Adult School
 
To begin the enrollment process, please watch our Orientation Video.
 
After you have watched the orientation video, please complete the Orientation Quiz.
 
After you have completed the orientation process (Video and Quiz) and RECEIVED your official transcripts, please create a student account and complete the online registration form.
 
When you have completed all the orientation and registration steps above, please call the Golden Oak Adult School office at (661) 253-0583 to schedule your appointment to take your CASAS test which will help determine the best program for you. You may also be able to meet with your adviser at the same time to complete your enrollment into your chosen program.
 
Testing appointments are available on Mondays and Wednesdays at 4pm. We may be able to accommodate walk-ins or other times on a case by case basis.
 
At your CASAS Testing/Advising Appointment, you must bring:
  • Valid picture ID
  • Official Transcript(s)** - You must have your official (still sealed) transcripts containing all your high school information
 
**If your last Public High School was within the William S. Hart High School District after the 2001-2002 school year, we will be able to access those transcripts. These are the ONLY transcripts we will be able to retrieve. All others require you to contact your last educational institution.
 
High School Diploma Program

Guidelines

Students MUST attend 3 Hours of Lab Sessions per week and are expected to complete an additional 10 hours independently. There are flexible lab hours and the 3 hours do not need to be at one time. Lab hours are held at the Golden Oak Adult School main campus, the Golden Oak Adult School Training Center, and the GAIN/AJCC Office. A teacher mentor will be available during lab hours to provide academic guidance.
 
Independent Study Open Lab Hours (Newhall Location)
Day Time Location
Mon-Thurs 10:00am-1:00pm
23201 Dalbey Drive
Santa Clarita, CA 91355
Mon-Thurs 5:30pm-8:30pm
23201 Dalbey Drive
Santa Clarita, CA 91355
Sat 8:30am-11:30am
23201 Dalbey Drive
Santa Clarita, CA 91355

Independent Study Open Lab Hours (Canyon Country)
Tues/Thurs 1:30pm-4:30pm
GAIN/AJCC Office
20730 Soledad Street
Santa Clarita, CA 91351

Independent Study Open Lab Hours (Training Center)
Fri 8:45am-11:45am
Training Center Portable A
21455 Centre Pointe Parkway
Santa Clarita, CA 91350

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.

Classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-7:00pm
 
English
 
1/14-2/13 2/18-3/19 3/24-5/7 5/12-6/4
Math (part 1)
Reading
Math (part 2)
Writing
Math (part 3)
Social Studies
Math (part 4)
Science
 
Spanish
 
1/14-2/20 2/25-3/20 3/25-4/24 4/29-6/5
Escritura/Lectura Estudios Sociales Ciencias Naturales Matemáticas
 
Letters and Proof of Enrollment for Current Students

Only active students in good standing will be provided with a proof of enrollment, please fill out the Student Document Request Form available in the office and turn it in to us. Please allow 24 hours (M-Th) for your request to be completed. There is no charge for these services.