Complete Your High School Diploma (HS+) or Earn Your GED®
If your high school education was interrupted, Spokane Community College offers two paths to finish high school:
- High School+ (HS+)
- GED® preparation classes to help you pass the GED tests.
You can start anytime. Classes are available in person, online, or a mix of both.
Our counselors will help you to figure which is the best pathway for you.
High School Diploma (HS+)
You may have more credits than you realize. Credits are competency-based. Previous education, life, and work experience may count towards your high school diploma. Credits are earned based on skills and abilities, not time.
You must be 18 years old or older to enroll in our High School+ Program.
HS+ Dual Enrollment
HS+ students can earn high school and college credits at the same time at no cost to you.
How can I get started?
- Enroll in HS+ at SCC
- Have your transcripts evaluated by SCC. Your counselor will help you with this.
- If you need 3 credits or fewer to graduate: you can take dual credit right away. If you need more than 3 credits to graduate: you need to take and pass 2 HS+ classes with 2.0 or higher.
What college classes can I take?
Use this link to view the most current options.* HS+ dual enrollment options
Only classes offered by SCC are open for HS+ dual enrollment.
The class or classes must meet a subject you need to graduate high school.
*Course options are subject to change
How do I enroll?
Call 509-533-7221 or email ABEinquiry@scc.spokane.edu
Earn a GED®
If your high school education was interrupted, you can work to earn the GED® credential. GED® (General Educational Development) tests can help you earn a high school equivalency certificate.
There are 4 GED® tests, separated by subject. You do not have to take all 4 tests at once - you can space them out however it suits you and go at your own pace. Our classes will help you to prepare for the tests.
- Basic Math
- Basic Algebra
- Graphs and Functions
Reasoning Through Language Arts
- Reading for Meaning
- Identifying and Creating Arguments
- Grammar and Language
- Reading for Meaning in Social Studies
- Analyzing Historical Events and Arguments in Social Studies
- Using Numbers and Graphs in Social Studies
- Reading for Meaning in Science
- Designing and Interpreting Science Experiments
- Using Numbers and Graphics in Science