High School Diploma

High School Completion

Whether an individual is struggling in high school or has already left and is following an alternative path, TTC offers programs run by a top-notch, expert team to guide students to achieve their High School Diploma or equivalency.

  • GED (General Educational Development) Credential – For ages 16 and up, classes are offered that build reading, writing, math and other important skills which will enable an individual to pass the GED exam and receive a high school equivalency credential.
  • Vermont Adult Diploma Program – For ages 21 and up, individuals can earn an actual high school diploma by completing real-life projects that show knowledge and skill. Learn more…

High School Completion Program – new, innovative and only in Vermont!
The state-funded High School Completion Program (HSCP) offers Vermont residents, ages 16 to 21, an opportunity to earn a high school diploma from their local high school.
Together, TTC qualified personnel, the student and the high school create a personal Graduation Plan that offers engaging and customized learning opportunities to fit the individual using the student’s high school transcript as a baseline.
The HSCP program is offered at our two learning centers in Bennington and Manchester, Vermont.

  • Student-centered environment
  • Highly customized Graduation Plan for each student
  • Flexible daytime and evening schedule
  • Classroom and community-based educational experiences
  • Work/internship programs can count as school credit
  • Drivers education offered
  • College courses may be taken for credit
  • Once the student fulfills the requirements of the Graduation Plan, the individual earns a high school diploma and can participate in the customary high school graduation ceremony

Ready to get started on your way to acquiring your GED or High School Diploma?

You can call us at 802-447-0111 or contact us using the form below.

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