Adult Indpendent Study: High School Diploma

What is AIS?
AIS or Adult Independent Study is a new service offered exclusively through Hemet Adult School. The program is available to adults 18 years or older you are not enrolled in an education program who wish to earn their high school diploma but cannot attend regular classes in the evening.
How does it work?
Students will meet with a counselor to review their high school transcripts and will create an education plan to graduate. Following the initial consultation, and AIS instructor will contact the student to set up an appointment to begin. Students earn credits weekly by completing all assigned work with a grade of D or better
Are there any costs?
A refundable $100.00 book fee that must be paid in cash or money order made payable to Hemet Adult School. 
When can I start?
Students must first meet with a counselor then with their AIS teacher. Once the student has met with a counselor, the process takes about a week.


Enrollment is open year-round. Adults interested in the high school diploma program will need an official transcript from the last school attended. 

Steps for enrolling:

  1. Bring transcripts to main office.
  2. Set appointment to meet with counselor.
  3. Take CASAS assessment in Reading and Math.
  4. Register for classes. 

Transcripts must be presented prior to setting an appointment with our counselor and enrolling in our programs.

CASAS Testing is held Monday-Thursday from 1:45-5:00pm

Please make sure you have at least two hours to complete the assessment.