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Guidance Specialists – Student Support - Huntington Beach Adult School

A High School Diploma is earned by completing credits in specific academic areas. The HBAS graduation requirement is 155 credits. The GED is a series of subject area tests, after passing all four subjects (Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Math) students will earn a High School Equivalency Certificate.

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The HBAS High School Diploma Program is a hybrid program, meaning students will complete their coursework both online and on campus. The majority of the coursework is completed online, however students will still be required to attend class twice per week.
The HBAS GED Program is a hybrid program, meaning students will complete their subject preparation both online and on campus. The majority of preparation will take place online, however students will still be required to attend class twice per week.

A High School Diploma is earned by completing credits in specific academic areas. The HBAS graduation requirement is 155 credits.

The GED is a series of subject area tests, after passing all four subjects (Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Math) students will earn a High School Equivalency Certificate. Please visit GED.com for more detailed information.

The High School Diploma and GED Preparation courses are free! There is a fee for each GED subject test; however, qualifying HBAS students can earn a voucher to test for free.

Classes are offered at the Westminster Mall 1025 Westminster Mall Space 1017A, Westminster 92683 and at the BESST Center in Costa Mesa 2045 Meyer Place, Costa Mesa 92627.

HBAS makes every effort to provide our student with flexible class schedules, which is why we offer morning, afternoon, and evening classes.

Students are required to attend class twice per week. Each class session is 3 hours long. During this time students will have the opportunity to get one on one instruction, get feedback, take tests, and discuss their progress with their instructor.
All new students must go through our Enrollment, Orientation, and Assessment process (EOA). Click here for our Orientation schedule. Please be on time and bring your transcripts.
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