High School Equivalency (HSE)
How to get started
New students must set up an appointment to attend a registration session where they will be tested to determine their current level.
Required documentation for Adult Education registration:
- 19 years or older: government issued picture ID with birthdate. (May be US or foreign driver’s license, state ID, passport, visa, military ID, matricula consular, etc.)
- 18-year-old: Must provide high school withdrawal OR completion information, have a parent/guardian available to give consent, and picture ID (see examples above).
- 17-year-old: Must provide high school withdrawal information, have a parent/guardian available to give consent, and picture ID (see examples above).
- 16-year-old: Must provide COURT ORDER along with a government-issued picture ID.
Adult Education is currently accepting reservations for classes starting March 21, 2022.
Click the link below to set up your registration appointment:
High school equivalency classes develop the reading, writing and math skills needed to pass a Texas high school equivalency exam. These classes are also a great place to improve skills to move into a workforce training program at COM.
Classes begin five times a year and run for 8 weeks at a time. They are held Monday through Thursday in the morning from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or in the evening from 6–9 p.m.* There is no charge for classes and there are no textbooks or other purchases required.
*Dates and times may vary by location
HSE Graduation Ceremony
Students who complete their High School Equivalency test can participate in the COM graduation ceremony!