KANSAS PATHWAY TO CAREER HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY

EXPLANATION OF PROGRAM

The Kansas Pathway to Career High School Equivalency program was designed for the busy adult who has not completed their high school education nor is currently enrolled in a high school program. This program allows a student to work toward their high school completion as well as obtaining a college certificate or credential. Once an individual completes and passes the program requirements, a Kansas State High School Diploma from the Kansas Board of Regents will be issued.

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

  • Currently 21 or older
  • Has not been awarded a high school diploma nor currently enrolled in a high school program
  • Has been accepted into a Kansas Adult Education Program
  • Demonstrated high school equivalency by meeting the criteria established by the state board of regents
  • Declared an AO-K career pathway interest

KANSAS ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMS PARTICIPATING

  • Barton Community College
  • Butler Community College
  • Colby Community College
  • Cowley Community College
  • Dodge City Community College
  • Garden City Community College
  • Highland Community College
  • Hutchinson Community College
  • Johnson County Community College
  • Kansas City Kansas Community College
  • Labette Community College
  • Manhattan Area Technical College
  • Neosho County Community College
  • Paola Adult Education Center
  • Salina Area Technical College
  • Seward County Community College
  • Washburn Tech
  • WSU Tech

PATHWAYS AVAILABLE

HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY CREDENTIAL REQUIREMENTS 

HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY CREDENTIAL REQUIREMENTS  (WORD VERSION)

CIVICS TEST STUDY GUIDE 

KANSAS PATHWAY TO CAREER WEBINAR

For more information contact:

Chris Lemon
Senior Associate Director, Adult Education
Kansas Board of Regents
1000 SW Jackson, Suite 520
Topeka, KS  66612
785-430-4283

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