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Fall 2022 classes begin August 11th.  ESL, HSD, GED/HiSET Prep, Computer Classes, Excel, Photoshop, Google Apps, and Office Career Pathways are available at free or low cost.  Short-term career training classes will also be offered in a variety of healthcare classes (CNA, Dental Assisting, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing and Coding, and Pharmacy Tech).  NLMAS is also offering training in welding, childcare professions, real estate, and custodial tech--new this fall!  Click the register button and enroll today!  Space is limited.  For more information, call (562) 210-3990. 
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General Information » Graduation Requirements / Counseling

Graduation Requirements / Counseling

Graduation Requirements for the High School Diploma

 
  • Language Arts - 40 credits
  • Math - 20 credits
  • Science - 20 credits
  • Social Science:
    • U.S. History - 10 credits
    • American Government and Economics- 10 credits
  • World History - 10 credits
  • Career Preparation - 10 credits
  • Fine Arts or Foreign Language - 10 credits
  • Electives - 50 credits
 
Total:  180 credits
 

Academic Counseling Services

Room 103 Norwalk Site 
 
Academic counseling is available on a non-appointment basis at the Norwalk Campus.  Call (562) 210-3996 for counseling hours.  
 
Counseling Office Services:
  • High School Diploma or Equivalency Preparation, course enrollment
  • TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) placement testing 
  • Transcript evaluation
  • And much more!
 
Candidates for the high school diploma must complete at least ten credits in residency as an adult diploma student at the Norwalk-La Mirada Adult School.  
 
***  For further information on graduation requirements, see "graduation requirements" under classes or contact the counseling office.