High School Services and Programs

  • High School Services encompasses many programs to serve the needs of our community and meet the academic goals of our students. Whether you’re a current high school student seeking credit recovery, an adult looking to come back and finish diploma requirements, or a student of one of our partnering high schools looking for a new challenge—we’re here to help!

    For more information, select the program below which you are interested

  • Did You Know?

    Those who do not complete high school can expect to earn an annual income of $20, 241 compared to a high school graduate's annual income of $30,327, according to OPBs Dropout Nation report.

  • Adult High School Diploma

    The Adult High School Diploma program (AHSD) is designed for students aged 16 years or older, who would like to earn or complete their high school diploma while taking high school and/or college courses at Mt. Hood Community College. There is no maximum age limit for the program-we welcome anyone who has the goal of completing their high school education!
    ABE/GED Program

    ABE GED Program

    Interested in getting your GED, improving your basic skills?

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    College Now

    The College Now Dual Credit Program at Mt. Hood Community College provides high school students the opportunity to get a head start on their college experience.

    Credit Recovery

    The High School Credit Recovery and Acceleration Program at Mt. Hood Community College is a service we provide to currently enrolled high school students grades 9-12 in the Portland-Metropolitan area. 

    Expanded Options

    The Expanded Options Program was developed by the Oregon Department of Education so high schools could provide funding for selected students to take college courses for dual credit.

    Middle College

    The Middle College program is an early college opportunity for qualifying juniors and seniors enrolled in participating high schools. See if your school is one of our partners!

    Mt. Hood Regional CTE Consortium

    Career and Technical Education (CTE) is an educational program for high school and community college students based on industry needs. CTE includes coursework in high-demand industry areas such as business, health care, information technology and manufacturing.

    TRiO College First

    TRIO College First can help you be the FIRST in your family to graduate from college!
    Underage Student Enrollment

    Underage Student Enrollment

    Are you a student under 18 wishing to take credit courses at MHCC? Whether you’re doing so as a participant at one of our partnering Early Colleges, or for your own personal enrichment, go here to start the process.