High School Diploma
The HiSET® has replaced the GED as Maine’s High School Equivalency Assessment. The HiSET® consists of the following five subtests: Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, and Mathematics. If you are 17 or older, the HiSET® might be the way for you to earn your high school diploma.
- Testing is computer-based (paper tests available if needed)
- There is no fee for Maine residents to prepare for and take the HiSET®
- We provide HiSET® testing, preparation materials and classes, pre-tests, and instruction
Registration for the HiSET® program is available by appointment. Call 568-3426, ext. 1 or email: email@example.com
with Debbie Avalone–King
Class begins with a test overview and continues with preparation for each subject of the HiSET® test. There will be official practice tests given for each subject and based on those scores, the instructor will recommend when individuals are ready to schedule each of their official exams.
RSU #3 Adult Education High School Diploma
Complete your high school diploma with adult education! Transfer your credits in and complete the remaining classes through direct, remote and online instruction. Our staff is prepared to help you complete your requirements – it’s free and it’s time! Students choosing this path will be provided with an individualized schedule. Call for an appointment.
HIGH SCHOOL BIOLOGY with Debbie Avalone-King
This is a virtual (online) class with the instructor available one hour per week. It is a prerequisite for acceptance into a college health career program and also transfers in for the adult education high school diploma. You will learn the basics of cell biology and chemistry and how that relates to human body systems. You will also gain a basic understanding of the Environmental Biology systems we live in and their potential impacts on our health. Students will also gain research, observation and laboratory skills that will prepare them to transition into college level coursework.
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE WITH LAB
with Debbie Avalone-King
This course introduces students to Interactions between the Environment and Society; The Dynamics of Earth Systems &, Ecology; Populations Dynamics and the Importance of Biodiversity; as well as Conservation of our Water, Air, Land and Agricultural systems. We will also examine Mineral and Energy Resources, and Our Health and Future as it is related to Environmental Concerns. The virtual (online only) assignments will require a minimum of 4 hours homework per week; 1 hour Google Hangouts class meeting each week (Thursday Nights 6-7pm), as well as Lab Assignments that will be adapted for independent completion at home