Adult HS Diploma
To find out what you need to complete your high school diploma, call the adult education office (775-8457) and make an appointment for a personal evaluation of your credit status. Credits are granted for previous high school work, military service, and work experience. Graduates who need to review or study new areas for personal or professional growth may also take courses.
HOW: Register by calling for an appointment with the Adult Ed Director at 775-8457 after, January 1, 2013.
WHERE: Tuck Learning Campus, 30 Linden Street, Exeter.
WHEN: Courses meet once a week, 15 weeks, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
WINTER/SPRING TERM BEGINS MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2013.
COST: $110 per course, if enrolled as an adult diploma student (scholarships available).
$210 per course, all other students.
ALL TUITION MUST BE PAID BY THE FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS.
There will be no refunds to students who drop out.
Chemistry – Eric Nash
For students continuing science in college. Topics include: scientific measurement, composition of matter, mole concept, stoichiometry, gases, solutions, acid/bases, and titration. Lab hours included. Prerequisite: recent Algebra I or concurrent enrollment. $20 lab fee.
U.S. History, 20th Century– Colin Burke
U.S. History from 1865 to present. Emphasis on WWII to present.
Foundations of Math – Gail McDonnell
Master basic skills in whole numbers, fractions, decimals and percents.
Critical Skills in English – Jim Firmin
Students will explore journeys and transitions throughout life by reading a variety of genres to promote discussion and writing.
Algebra I* – Michelle Berke (Placement test required.)
Equations, positive & negative numbers, factoring, scientific notation, problem-solving.
Global Human Rights – Debby Kanner
Explore human rights and economic justice challenges around the globe.
Introduction to Algebra – Gail McDonnell
Basics of Algebra: symbols, equations, formulas and review of fractions.
Biology – Liz Morse
Emphasis on human biology, including cell structure/function, plant/animal kingdoms and genetics. Lab course. $20 lab fee.
Computers for Career & College – Vaso Partinoudi
Part 1: Basics including vocabulary, file management, writing skills, word processing, teamwork. 8 weeks, 1/2 credit, begins 1/31.
Part 2: Excel, PowerPoint and emerging technologies. 7 weeks, 1/2 credit, begins 3/28.
Creative Writing - Christine Robinson
Using reading and personal experiences, write, edit, journal, and find the best way to express your ideas clearly.
Energy & Motion - Bill Perkins
Explore the movement of matter. Following the scientific method, students will create and test hypothesis of basic physics in a lab setting. Discover how and why things happen in and around us.
*Placement test required. Call office to schedule.