SPCC’s High School Equivalency program offers reading, writing, mathematics, critical thinking, and communication instruction to prepare learners to successfully pass either of the following nationally recognized high school equivalency assessments:
- The GED® is a computer-based test offered through our Pearson Vue testing labs. For more information regarding the GED® test, please visit www.ged.com.
- The HiSET® is a paper-based test offered on campus in both Anson and Union Counties. For more information regarding the HiSET® test, please visit www.hiset.ets.org.
SPCC’s Adult High School (AHS) Program provides students with the opportunity to earn a high school credential by completing the individual credits necessary to fulfill the North Carolina Future-Ready Core diploma requirements. Upon completion of required credits, an AHS diploma will be awarded by SPCC in cooperation with the local public school system.
To enroll in high school equivalency preparation courses, please attend one of the following placement testing and orientation sessions:
- Placement testing and orientation schedule
- Minor students (16 or 17 years of age), click here for additional enrollment information.
High School Equivalency Transcript Requests
For more information regarding high school equivalency transcripts, please visit the North Carolina Community College System website.
For additional information regarding high school equivalency programs, please contact 704-290-5243.