(No Summer classes. Visit this page in the Fall 2018 term.)
REGISTRATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
WCCAE offers a high school program for adults ages 18 or older. Upon completion of the requirements, a high school diploma is awarded. Requirements for graduation include completion of 180 required credits.

All new students (18 years or older) wanting to enroll in the high school program must participate in a required orientation. Orientations are held at the Alvarado Campus. New students are required to bring an official transcript to the orientation. Students must pre-register in person at the Alvarado Campus (map) in order to attend the orientation session. Space is limited. Questions regarding the High School Diploma program should be directed towards the school counselor by calling (510) 231-1453.

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ORIENTATION - Alvarado Campus
Orientations will be held at 6:00pm on Wednesdays:
• Aprl 11 • April 25 • May 2 • May 16

Orientations are held throughout the year. Call the Alvarado Office for more information: (510) 231-1453

HIGH SCHOOL COURSE OFFERINGS
English 1-4 • Math Electives • Physical Science • Algebra 1 • Health/Life Sciences • World History • U.S. History • American Government • Social Studies/Social Science Electives • Economics • Visual/Performing Arts • Electives • Test Preparation
Site
Courses
Room
Day
Times
Serra
xSee list above
3
Mon-Thu
8:30-11:45am
Serra
3
Mon-Thu
12:15-2:15pm
Serra
3
Mon-Thu
6:15-9:00pm


NOTE! CAHSEE SUSPENSION (SB 172)
On October 7, 2015, California's Governor Brown signed legislation that exempts students from passing the California High School Exit Examination as a requirement for earning a high school diploma. Effective January 1, 2016, former students who met all requirements to earn a high school diploma, with the exception of passing the CAHSEE, are now eligible to receive a high school diploma. If you believe you now qualify for a high school diploma under the new law, please contact the school counselor at (510) 231-1453, for further information.


College and Career Readiness Services

The workshops listed below are a collaborative effort with community partners and Contra Costa Community College. They are free and open to the public. All workshops are currently scheduled at the Serra Campus except for the community college tour. Signing up in advance is encouraged. Please contact the facilitator, Transition Specialist Lillie Clausen, at 510-231-1453 Extension 28001, or via email, lclausen@cccoe.k12.ca.us for further information.

Online Job Search Strategies
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10:30am-12:00pm
Room 6
College Information & Application
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6:00-8:00pm
Room 6
College Information & Application
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11:00am-1:00pm
Room 6
College Information & Application
-
11:00am-1:00pm
Room 6
WCC Pathways Information
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10:00am-1:00pm
Room 6
College Tour (CCC)
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9:30am-12:00pm
SSC114
Practice Interview Skills
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10:00am-1:00pm
Room 6
College Information & Application
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11:00am-1:00pm
Room 6
WCC Pathways Information
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11:00am01:00pm
TBD

GED Information/Información para GED
(Must be 18 years old/Tiene que tener 18 años o mayor)

INFORMATION/ORIENTATION/TESTING/GED® EXAM
• To register for the Pearson Vue GED Exam, go to: ged.com
• WCCAE students must complete PHASE 1 — ASSESSMENT prior to enrolling in Phase 2 classes.

GED TEST PREPARATION - PHASE I - Orientation


INFORMACION PARA GED®/ORIENTACION/EXAMENES EXAMEN GED®
• Para inscribirse al GED Examen de Pearson Vue, vaya a: ged.com
• Los estudiantes de WCCAE tienen que completar FASE 1 — EXAMINACION antes de inscribirse en la Fase 2 clases.

CLASE DE PREPARACION PARA GED EN ESPAÑOL – FASE I - Evaluación

CLASE DE PREPARACION PARA GED EN ESPAÑOL – FASE II
No clase 5/28


GED DISTANCE LEARNING TEST PREPARATION
This program is for students who have completed GED Test Orientation Phase I and would like to take work home, and then return it on a weekly basis. When you meet with the Distance Learning instructor, you will receive individual tutoring and assignments that help you focus on the GED examination.