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Adult Basic Education, High School Diploma, & Equivalency Programs

Congratulations Class of 2022!


We wish all our students and their families good health at this difficult time. We are currently providing distance learning options as well as on campus classes to help you earn a high school diploma or pass the high school equivalency exam. Please check your email regularly for updates.

Students attending on campus classes will be required to follow COVID requirements set by our state, county, and school district.

Testing Center:
Please contact HiSET or GED directly for rescheduling tests or obtaining refunds.

It's Never Too Late To Come Back To School!

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Academic Classes for: High school diploma, high school equivalency, and college, career and workplace preparation

Skill Building Classes

High School DiplomaImprove your reading, writing and math skills to help you pass employment eligibility tests or meet your personal goals. Morning and evening classes are available.

High School Diploma

High School DiplomaComplete the classes you need to receive your high school diploma. Direct instruction and online classes are available for English, government, economics, algebra, math, science, history and electives. Morning and evening classes, independent study,
and online classes are available.

High School Equivalency (GED or HiSET Prep Classes)

High School EquivalencyStudents who do not have transcripts from their previous school or who need more than 60 credits to earn their high school diploma may opt to take their GED or HiSET high school equivalency (HSE) test.  The High School Equivalency Certificate or a high school diploma are required for federal financial aid for post- secondary education or training. 


Room: High School Office
Office Hours:  Mon - Fri  8:00am-4:00pm
Phone: (925) 685-7340, ext. 6745



Mt. Diablo Adult Education ABE/ASE/HSE Program provides instruction and support to students to improve basic and secondary skills, earn a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate, and prepare for employment, career training programs and post-secondary education.

Quick Links

Orientation Registration
  • Students who are not currently enrolled in classes must attend orientation.
  • Register for Orientation.

Classes meet at the Loma Vista Adult Center.

  • Spring Classes run February 6, 2023 to May 19, 2023

Hybrid classes available. College and Career transition support available to students attending classes.

Official Testing Center
  • Pearson VUE GED Test

GED Testing Service