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When coming in to enroll please make sure that you have allotted at least 2 hours to complete the entire enrollment process.  You will be filling out the required paperwork and taking an assessment test.  If you are not able to stay and complete the entire registration process (paperwork & testing) then you will need to come back at a time that you are able to stay to complete the process. 
Please see "Registration Hours" below...
Weekly Registration...


      Monday, Tuesday,Thursday    9:00 AM to  1:00 PM

      Wednesday                             12:00 PM to 4:00 PM

      Friday                                      9:00 AM to 12:00 PM



           For ALL Students: 


          - Valid State Picture ID or Birth Certificate

          - Transcript from last High School attended

          - Social Security Number


 Additional Documents to bring:


           For Teen Parents and/or

           Currently Enrolled High School Students:


        - Withdrawal/Drop slip with grades from previous                     school

        - Immunization Record - (if outside of LEUSD)



   **During enrollment you will be  given an assessment test and   future orientation date.  You are REQUIRED to attend this orientation before you may begin class.  At this session you will meet with an instructor who will assign your first subject**


High School Diploma Program

 Valley Adult School’s High School Diploma program is an alternative program  where  students may receive their high school diploma through publisher and teacher created workbooks and assignments.  All assigned coursework  is aligned with the California State Standards and the LEUSD board approved high school curriculum.  Valley Adult School is a WASC accredited school.


Our qualified and friendly staff will review your transcripts with you and come up with a graduation plan that will suit your individual needs.  Students are assigned one course at a time and are expected to work a minimum of 12 hours a week on their coursework  at  home or in the classroom. 


Students must attend class each week for at least 1 hour to meet with an instructor and have their assignment reviewed. Typically 5 credits can be earned in a two week period and

10 credits in a four week period.  


For further information about our program, please click on the links to the right or contact our office staff at 951.253.7093 


For further information, please feel free to contact

our office staff  at 951.253.7093.