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Diploma Program

Student QualificationsPicture of a diploma still wrapped in it's ribbon
Southpointe Adult High School provides educational services for students who are Utah residents, 18 years of age or older and did not graduate from high school. Students 16 years and older, whose high school class has not graduated, may enroll if they also have a completed Utah State Withdrawal and Adult Application.

Students determine which type of diploma they want to earn: an Adult High School Diploma or a Utah High School Completion Diploma through General Educational Development (GED) testing.

Orientation & Registration
Students must register at the beginning of each quarter or session to attend Southpointe High School.  New students must attend an Orientation & Registration Session before attending classes. Students must bring the following to the Orientation & Registration Session:

  1. Documentation of Utah Residency (Utah State ID, Driver’s License, Utility Bill, etc.).
  2. Transcripts from the last high school attended.
  3. Tuition, $25 per quarter, cash, credit or debit cards, no checks accepted.

All students are required to take the TABE Assessment (Test of Adult Basic Education) prior to attending classes. You also need to provide a copy of your transcripts from the last high school you attended. Make sure you have these when you register, or arrange to have them faxed to 801-256-5992.

When you register, you will take the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) assessment, and then schedule an appointment with a guidance counselor to have your transcripts evaluated. Basic areas of reading, language and mathematics will be evaluated by the TABE assessment.

The Guidance Counselor will discuss with you what credits you need to earn your high school diploma and the ways to earn those credits (classes, personalized study and/or online computer classes).

Four Ways to Earn Credits

  1. PASS (Personalized Assisted Student Studies) packets
  2. Online courses in various subjects from any computer via the Internet
  3. Southpointe teacher instructed evening classes which begin each quarter
  4. Work study credit
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