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HiSet High School Completion
with Scarborough Adult Learning
Scarborough community members who wish to earn an adult high school diploma have two options for completion: HISET, which is the State of Maine High School Equivalency test, or pursuit of an adult high school diploma through our online program (Odysseyware) or through independent study. HiSET has replaced the GED as Maine’s High School Equivalency Assessment. All testing is computer-based. This will mean that appointments for testing MUST BE SCHEDULED in advance of the test date. Please call 207-730-5040
with Joe Moore
You may need a class to successfully pass the five subject area tests (Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies and Mathematics) we offer a HiSET Prep class at Scarborough Adult Learning Center on Wednesdays from 4:30 to 7:30 pm or by appointment at Scarborough Adult Learning Center. Instructor: Joe Moore. Call 207-730-5040 to get started or for more information.
Starts Sept. 12.
with Joan Tremberth
Testing is available on Wednesdays or by appointment with the examiner. You must call the Adult Ed office at 730-5040 or 730-5045 (Joan) and schedule your testing appointment: email@example.com
with Carrie Peabody
Please note we have a number of credit courses offered for students who are missing the HS credits needed in order to enter their college program of choice.
Instructor: Cathy Renaud
Sample online courses include:
• HS Algebra; Biology; Physics; College Writing
• Anatomy & Physiology
• Various electives in Art, Health and the Social Sciences
• HiSET Preparation and Career Technical Education
Cost: $60 per course
Instructor: Carrie Peabody (CP/CR)
Please call the office at 730-5040 or 730-5045 so that we can assist you in reaching your goals through our online distance learning options.
Odysseyware Web-Based Learning
with Cathy Renaud
Scarborough Adult Education offers an opportunity for adult high school diploma students to earn missing credits through our web-based Odysseyware program. You may earn credits in a variety of subject areas by doing the required work on your home computer under the direction of an instructor/facilitator. You must meet with the academic coordinator for an Intake Session in order to embark on this program.
Please contact the office at 730-5040
Tech Facilitator: Cathy Renaud