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High School Diploma Program

High School     
Diploma Subjects

•English    1A, 1B
•English    2A, 2B
•English  3A, 3B
•English  4A, 4B
             

•Intro to Algebra A, B       •Algebra 1A, 1B  •Geometry A, B  
•Algebra 2A, 2B           
•Earth Science A, B
•Physical Science A, B
•Biology A, B

•U.S. History A, B
•World History A, B
•Economics
•Government/ Civics
•Physical Science A, B

•College & Career Prep A, B

•Music Appreciation  A, B

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Program Overview

The High School Diploma program offers standards-based curriculum that allows you to earn a WASC accredited high school diploma as an adult. The program ensures that graduates acquire critical academic skills necessary to continue their education and provides the opportunity to achieve success in life.

Adult Independent Study is available for most Academic classes.

High School Diploma Program

  • For assistance planning your schedule, call: (626) 933-8310.
  • Adult students have enrollment priority.
  • Course must be completed within the same academic year.
  • A minimum of 60 hours of attendance is required for each 5 credit course.
  • Onsite CASAS Pre & Post test required.

High School Diploma Lab at Willow Center

Course No Days Time Location & Room No
21000.011 M - Th 8:30 am - 11:45 am Willow Center, 21

*Combination in-class and online.

High School Diploma Lab at Dibble Campus

Course No Days Time Location & Room No
21000.023 M -Th 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm Dibble Campus, E4

*Combination in-class and online.

High School Diploma Lab at Hudson Adult Learning Center (ALC) Campus

Course No Days Time Location & Room No
21000.031 M - Th 8:30 am - 11:45 am Hudson ALC, 1

*Combination in-class and online.

High School Diploma Distance Learning 

Course No Days Time Location
52500.021 M - Th 8:30 am - 11:30 am Online Only

*Combination in-class and online.


HS Diploma Requirements

Note:
"A" designation represents first semester &
"B" designation represents second semester.

Subject Credits
English I A & B 10
English II A & B 10
English III A & B 10
English IV A & B 10
Math 20
Algebra

10

Life Science A & B

10

Physical Science A & B

10

General Science A & B

10

U.S. History A & B

10

World History A & B

10

American Government/Civics

5

Economics

5
Fine Arts or Foreign Language 10
Elective Courses 60
Total Credits 200

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Foreign Language/Chinese 1A - TBD

Course No Days Time Location & Room No

Foreign Language/Chinese 1B - TBD

Course No Days Time Location & Room No

Foreign Language/Chinese 2A - TBD

Course No Days Time Location & Room No

Foreign Language/Spanish 1A - TBD

Course No Days Time Location & Room No

Foreign Language/Spanish 1B - TBD

Course No Days Time Location & Room No


 

 

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Concurrent High School Students

Registration for HLPUSD concurrent students begins:

  • Students must be enrolled in their HLPUSD home high school to be eligible to attend Adult Education classes.
  • Students may only be referred for failed courses or deficiency in credits.
  • Students must see their High School Counselor and then an Adult School Counselor prior to beginning any course.
  • A completion deadline will be assigned upon enrollment (10 weeks).
  • Students must attend a mandatory orientation at Dibble or Hudson Learning Center.

To enroll, students must have the following items when meeting with an Adult School Counselor:

  • Hacienda La Puente Adult Education Parent Consent/Student Referral Form signed by parent, counselor, and student.
  • Most current Picture I.D.

Thursday, March 7, 2024:

Last day for concurrent seniors to enroll (each referral form is an enrollment) in Adult Education classes to make up fails or deficiencies for the 2023-2024 school year.
No referral forms will be accepted after March 1, 2024.
 

Thursday, May 2, 2024:

Final day for concurrent students to have all coursework and hours completed.