Adult High School Diploma Programs

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    Taxonomy Code: HH-0500.2500-050

    Programs that offer a series of courses that are especially designed for adults who have not completed their high school education which focus on life skills necessary for personal and job success. The instructional components in the program include reading, writing, listening, speaking, mathematics, participatory democracy and consumer awareness as well as health, home, personal and family relationships, academic and/or vocational specializations and advanced studies. Individuals who successfully complete the program receive a high school diploma.

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    Career Online High School - Pikes Peak Library DistrictCareer Online High School (COHS) is an online high school diploma and career certification program funded by Pikes Peak Library District. Residents living within the Library District’s service area who have completed eighth grade and are 17-years-old or older are eligible to apply. You can also earn a career certificate in addition to a high school diploma. Visit Career Online High School for detailed information about the program, including a list of frequently asked questions to help you decide if this program is right for you.El Paso CountyPikes Peak Library DistrictPikes Peak Library District
    High School Diploma and GED - Denver Public SchoolsEmily Griffith High School is an alternative public high school focused on retrieving students, ages 17 - 20, who left high school before earning a diploma or are unable to finish their diploma at their current high school due to age limits. Courses are offered toward a high school diploma or a GED certificate. The core classes meet Colorado State Standards, Denver Public Schools certifies the diplomas, and the Colorado Department of Education accredits the school.Denver CountyDenver Public SchoolsDenver Public Schools

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