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.

  • High School Completion Program – innovative and only in Vermont!
    The state-funded High School Completion Program (HSCP) offers Vermont residents, ages 16 and up, 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
  • 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.

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

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