Please bring an official high school transcript or college transcript if applicable to your orientation appointment.
The high school diploma is the evidence of successfully completing the basic education required by law in order to graduate from a California public high school. By working with your counselor, you can develop a plan to best meet your needs at this time of your life.
We have a variety of options for you to choose from while completing the requirements to earn a high school diploma from the Twin Rivers Adult School.
This traditional program allows students to earn credits toward a high school diploma in a traditional classroom setting. Instruction is both individualized and group instruction so each student works on the specific courses he or she needs. Classes are scheduled for a set time and meet Monday through Friday. Courses are textbook and computer-based. The work is self-paced so it is up to you how long it takes you to earn your diploma.
The independent study program allows students to complete high school diploma courses at home. Students meet with the teachers a minimum of once a week and are given a minimum of 15 hours of homework to complete before the next appointment. Credits are based on work completed, not time in the classroom. This program is designed for students who want to complete their high school diploma but who are unable to regularly attend group classes. Students have regularly scheduled appointments with their instructor that are required. Appointments are an hour in length, but may be either longer or shorter depending on what the student is working on that week.
The online program allows to complete high school diploma courses at home or on campus. All courses are completed on the computer and are self-paced.
High School Completion (HSC) classes held at the main campus 8:15 am to 8:00 pm.
Fees: Free. There is no cost to attend these classes Registration: Registration is offered at orientation appointments regularly. Available appointments are posted. Please bring an official high school transcript and college transcript if applicable to your orientation appointment.
No childcare is provided. For the benefit of all, children should not accompany students to class.