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High School Equivalency Program Overview

College of The Albemarle’s (COA) College and Career Readiness (CCR) program offers a High School Equivalency course designed for adult students who test above a 9th-grade level in math and reading but haven’t obtained a high school diploma.

This course will prepare you to successfully pass the official standardized high school equivalency test. By passing the test, you’ll become eligible for a North Carolina Equivalency Diploma, which is nationally recognized as equivalent to a traditional high school diploma.

The High School Equivalency program includes:

  • Instruction in social studies, science, literature/writing and mathematics
  • Day and evening classes, both on and off campus
  • Free use of books and materials

Admissions

Seating is limited so register early.

Students can register to take the computer-based test by visiting Pearson VUE™. There is a required testing fee to cover the costs of the test. For more information, please call 252-335-0821 ext. 2991.

When you register, please supply your:

  • Social Security card
  • State-issued photo identification (or passport or military identification)

Minors

If you’re a qualifying minor (age 16 or 17), please have your parent/legal guardian complete and sign our Minor Application for Admission.

Please have your Minor Application for Admission notarized.

Transcripts

For GED transcript requests, visit Diploma Sender.

For Adult High School transcript requests, please contact Tessa Parnell at tessa_parnell@albemarle.edu.