High School Programs

High School Diploma/Secondary Education

Adult students can earn credits toward completion of a high school diploma under the guidance of an instructor and support staff. Coursework is offered in small group instruction, computer aided instruction, and individual study. For more information on the requirements for the diploma, please visit: Adult High School Diploma

Secondary Education Certificate

High School Referral

High School Referral (HSR) is a self-paced, guided-study program designed to allow high school students the 
opportunity to retake classes to earn a higher grade and make up credits. Students must be currently enrolled 
in high schoool and have parent and counselor consent to participate. For more information on the HSR program,
please visit:  High School Referral
 
 
Course Prefix Course Name Units
High School Algebra 1
High School Algebra 2
High School Art and Creative Expression
High School Art 2
High School Biology
High School Chemistry
High Schools Civics
High School Computer Technology
High School Earth Science
High School Economics
High School English 1
High School English 2
High School English 3
High School English 4
High School Geography
High School Geometry
High School Health
HS Integrated Math 1
HS Integrated Math 2
HS Integrated Math 3
High School Typing Keyboarding
High School Music Appreciation
High School Physical Science
High School Planning and Guidance
High School Pre-Algebra
High School Psychology
High School Reading
High School Sociology
High School Spanish 1
HS Spanish for Native Speakers 1
High School Spanish 2
High School Spanish for Native Speakers 2
High School Study Skills
High School U.S. History
High School World History
High School Expository Writing
Literature and Writing Fundamentals 1
Literature and Writing Fundamentals 2

Secondary Education/ High School Diploma

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The Secondary Education Certificate provides all courses needed to satisfy requirements for a high school diploma, which will increase future employment and higher educational opportunities. High school credits may be granted for previous equivalent courses taken at accredited institutions. Students will complete 160 high school credits with a minimum of 20 residency credits to be completed at Mt. San Antonio College.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • ABE students will improve completion rates of certificates, courses, and transitions to work and college. 

Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.

For more detailed information regarding course and graduation requirements, please call (909) 274-4937.

Required Courses

Course Prefix Course Name Units
High School Biology
High School Chemistry
High School Earth Science
High School Physical Science
High Schools Civics
High School Economics
High School Geography
High School Psychology
High School Sociology
High School U.S. History
High School Art and Creative Expression
High School Art 2
High School Music Appreciation
High School Spanish 1
HS Spanish for Native Speakers 1
High School Spanish 2
High School Spanish for Native Speakers 2
High School English 1
High School English 2
High School English 3
High School English 4
High School Expository Writing
Literature and Writing Fundamentals 1
Literature and Writing Fundamentals 2
High School Algebra 1
High School Algebra 2
High School Geometry
High School Pre-Algebra
HS Integrated Math 1
HS Integrated Math 2
HS Integrated Math 3
High School Health

Elective Courses

Course Prefix Course Name Units
High School Computer Technology
High School Typing Keyboarding
High School Reading
High School Reading
High School Planning and Guidance
High School Study Skills
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