Finish Your High School Diploma with High School+
The High School+ (HS+) Program at SPSCC allows adult students age 18 or older to earn a high school diploma issued by SPSCC and the State of Washington. Students can apply credits earned in high school and knowledge gained in the workforce toward a HS+ diploma. Any remaining credits can be earned through self-paced assignments in the HS+ class.
HS+ classes are offered both online and in-person. The cost for the program is $35 per quarter and financial assistance is available. Most students are able to complete a HS+ Diploma in 6-9 months.
You must be at least 18 years old to enroll in HS+ and there is no age limit to enroll in HS+. Students who are not yet 19 years old must also submit a completed High School release form, signed by a school official and parent or guardian. This form is available at your local high school or school district office.
High School Diploma for English Language Learners
Do you need a high school diploma for work or college? Our HS+ ESL Support class helps you learn English while earning high school credits. Don't need a diploma? This class may still be for you! You can learn English while studying science, art, career skills, and other topics taught in high school.
Ability to Benefit is a federal student aid program that offers the opportunity for students to begin working on a Professional Technical degree goal and earn a high school diploma at the same time.
Who is eligible for Ability to Benefit?
Ability to Benefit is for students 18 years older and who
- do not have a high school credential (GED or diploma)
- want to enroll in a South Puget Sound Community College Professional Technical program and want to apply for financial aid
- can demonstrate eligibility by passing a placement exam, earning six college credits successfully, or co-enrolling in I-BEST and High School+.
Contact Transition Studies for more information about Ability to Benefit
360-596-5317 or email@example.com