Adult High School
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Are you ready to earn your high school diploma and move up in life? The Adult High School at Seminole State College has helped thousands of students get back on track, earn their degrees and accomplish their goals.
Fall 2020 Classes Online
Seminole State continues to follow state and county guidelines for social distancing and other measures to minimize the spread of the novel coronavirus. Adult High School classes are all online while faculty and staff work remotely.
Even though we are all dealing with some significant changes, here are some things to remember:
- Even if you have never taken online classes before, we will make sure that you can succeed in our virtual classroom.
- Our award-winning professors can teach you by video on your computer or mobile device.
- Advisors are available via email, phone and video to help you from application all the way to graduation and everything in between.
Although we all must work remotely for a while, know that we are still ready to help you get back on track and achieve your academic and career goals.
How to Get Started
The cost for Adult High School courses is a flat fee of $30 per semester. New students must be 17 years old before their first class begins. The Academic Foundations Calendar shows semester start and end dates, and the Adult High School Schedule shows upcoming classes. Please see the Adult High School Admissions page to learn more about applying, class registration and new student orientation.
Workforce Jumpstart - New for Fall 2020
Are you interested in pursuing an in-demand trade while working towards your high school diploma? If so, would you like some free money to help pay for that training? Beginning in Fall 2020, as part of a Workforce Jumpstart initiative, Duke Energy is providing grant funding for our adult education students to help them get a head start on their careers. Students will have a significant portion of their tuition, fees and books paid for as they begin their pursuit of a trade. Participating fast-track programs include:
Contact Workforce Education Director, Dr. Taylor, by email or call 407.708.2405 for more information about this exciting new opportunity!
- Admission to the Adult High School for new students
- Registration for current students
- Current course schedule
- Graduation requirements
- Department directory
- Frequently asked questions about the Adult High School
Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m on Fridays. If you have questions about the Adult High School send us an email. You can also call or text us at 407.708.2153.