Adult High School Diploma
- Personal Development/Life Skills
- Summer Program
- Workforce Development & Continuing Education
Adult High School (AHS) is a program of instruction offered cooperatively with the local school system to help students earn a high school diploma. Wayne Community College requires completion of 24 credits for minors and 20 credits for students 18 and above. A minimum of 10 credits, of which five must be core subject, must be transferred from a previous school to be eligible for the AHS program.
AHS classes, offered on campus only, are quality, competency-based courses which prepare adults for higher education or for the workforce. WCC's AHS program offers more than 30 interesting and challenging classes including such courses as English, NC History, Environmental Studies, and even Career Explorations to name a few!
- Competency-based curriculum determined by the NC Standard Course of Study adopted by the State Board of Education.