Earning my diploma has given me a great sense of accomplishment and purpose, knowing that I am forging ahead.
— Christina, FL, 2015
Hadley's High School (HS) Program features academic courses and electives for students who wish to earn a high school diploma. Two options are available to HS students:
Hadley students range in age from 14 through adulthood and come from a variety of educational experiences. Hadley's diploma program is ideal for those who wish to earn a high school diploma for career opportunities or for personal achievement.
Note: Admission policies and procedures vary among schools. Additional coursework outside of Hadley may be required for students interested in pursuing post-secondary education.
You are eligible to apply for enrollment in the HS program if you reside in the U.S. and you are legally, progressively or functionally visually impaired; at least 14 years old; and able to read and understand courses written in high school level English.
To earn a Hadley diploma, you are required to complete 16 Carnegie Units:
Note: certain courses require written or typed answers.
(NEW) Program Timeline
Effective, January 2016, Hadley's High School Program requirements have changed. The timeline for completion of the program, is based upon the number of Carnegie credits require to earn a diploma. Students have up to four (4) years to earn the full 16 credits required to earn a Hadley diploma. The number of years will vary for students who are transferring approved credit in from a previous school. See timeline schedule below:
Hadley gives credit for most high school units previously completed in the U.S. Please send a copy of your official transcript(s) with your application so that your earned credits may be validated. Adjustments to the above requirements will be made based on accepted prior credit. If you are interested in the High School Program and would like more information before you apply, or if you are not sure if you are eligible to apply, contact Student Services.
View or search our course listing online, download the course listing as a PDF file or an RTF file, or request a catalog by mail by accessing the link below.