The Adult High School Diploma (AHSD) Program is designed for students residing in Oregon or SW Washington, 16 years of age or older, who would like to earn their high school diploma. There is no maximum age limit for the diploma program.
Students have the option of taking high school classes for $50 per half credit, or college courses and earn dual credit. Students taking college courses will pay regular college tuition. More information on
current tuition rates.
To get enrolled and start working toward a high school diploma, individuals will need to be an MHCC Student. Below you will find the steps for new students.
Note, the submission of official transcripts step may be completed at any point of the entry process:
- Apply for Admissions:
Apply online either from home, or in our Orientation Center, located in AC 2253. The Admissions process is quick, easy
and free! Within 1-3 business days, you will receive a unique MHCC ID.
- Attend a mandatory Information Session: See the right-hand side of the page for our upcoming Sessions.
- Submit an official high school transcript: Official transcripts should be in a sealed envelope from the school or school district the student last attended. Contact the high school or high school district for more information on obtaining an official
transcript. Submit transcripts in person to High School Services in AC 1162 or by mail* to the following address:
Mt. Hood Community College
Attn: High School Services
26000 SE Stark St.
Gresham, Oregon 97030
*it is recommended that you deliver the transcript directly to our office
- Meet with a High School Services Adviser: Once the student has completed an Info Session, and their transcript evaluation is complete, they will schedule an Intake Appointment. During the Intake, the adviser will go over the evaluation and create
a customized education plan, including an estimated timeline to completion. For more information or to make an appointment, call High School Services at
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