High School Diploma
- Monday-Thursday 9:00-11:40am
- Monday-Thursday 12:10-2:40pm
- Monday-Thursday 5:30-8:10pm
Independent Study: by weekly appointment
- Monday-Thursday 9:30am-2:30pm
- Tuesdays 4:00-6:00pm located at Folsom Lake High School, Room 3
- Wednesdays 5:30-8:30pm
- Thursdays 6:00-8:30pm
The High School Diploma Program (HSD) is specifically for students earning credits toward a Folsom Cordova Unified School District (FCUSD), Adult Education diploma. FCAS follows the core graduation requirements of the FCUSD. The total number of credits needed to obtain an Adult Education High School Diploma is 200. Upon enrollment, we will evaluate a students.
Folsom Cordova Adult School conducts a formal commencement ceremony every May. Students who graduate early may still particpate in graduation.
Please bring a copy of your official transcript in a sealed, unopened envelope to your Registration Appointment.
Students are expected to attend every class session. There are no excused absences. Hours missed because of illness, tardiness, etc. are all considered absences. Please consult the course syllabus for specific information on attendance policy for your class.
Adult Education requires a minimum amount of hours students are expected to complete assignments while in class and at home. Please see class syllabus for specific pacing requirement.
Educational/college/career planning and advising is available to all FCAS students. Contact FCAS's Academic Advisor, Mr. JD Rudometken at (916) 294-9106 ext 840117 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- There is no registration fee for the High School Diploma program
- $80 refundable materials deposit fee (independent study only)
Course Credits Required English 40 credits U.S. History 10 credits World History/Cultures 10 credits Government 5 credits Economics 5 credits Health 5 credits
Fine Arts OR Foreign Language OR
Career Technical Education
10 credits Algebra 10 credits Mathematics 10 credits Life Science 10 credits Physical Science 10 credits Electives 75 credits Total 200 credits
Credits may also be earned through dual enrollment in college classes. Please see school counselor for more information.