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State Standard Adult Diploma
What is the State Standard Adult Diploma?
- The State Standard Adult Diploma is a new option for high school completion.
- It is a competency based diploma instead of a traditional credit based diploma. This means that students have many ways to demonstrate completion of requirements including: previous education/training, testing, and projects.
- Upon completion, students receive a high school diploma from the Minnesota Department of Education.
- State Standard Adult Diploma Information Sheet
How can Metro South help me get a diploma?
- Metro South helps adult students who were not able to complete their high school education or pass the GED tests.
- Students meet with a counselor to identify learning goals, verify previous educational experiences such as GED tests or high school classes, and develop a learning plan.
- Students can take classes and complete projects at Metro South to complete their learning plans. Some classes are available online.
- Students must be at least 21 years old.
- Students must get a qualifying score on a reading test at registration.
- If the test score is not met, a student will be offered an alternative class to improve skills.
- Students must attend at least 80% of their classes to stay enrolled.
- $25 materials fee due at enrollment.
Day & Evening Options:
- Monday - Thursday 9:15am - 3:45pm
- Monday & Wednesday 4:30pm - 7:15pm
How can I sign up for classes?
- The first step to getting started is to attend a registration session.
- Please call 952-681-6170 to make an appointment.
- Please bring your transcript and test records with you to registration or have them faxed to 952-681-6171 attention: Marni.