Sonora, CA — According to Instructor Rich Murrison the Sonora Union High School Adult Education Program will be expanding its class schedule next year.
Effective January 7 Wednesday and Thursday evening classes will added to the regular Monday through Friday daytime schedule (8am-3pm). The classes will run from 4-7pm.
The Adult Education School, taught at Cassina High School, is aimed at those who want to earn a high school diploma.
To enter the program transcripts must be sent from a former school. To graduate a student must earn 190 credits and pass the California High School Exit Exam. A senior essay must also be written.
The new classes are being made available for prospective students who work during the daytime hours but still wish to gain that sheepskin.
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Written by Bill Johnson