High School Credit Diploma Program (CDP)
This program offers residents of Wallingford the opportunity to earn a high school diploma. Participants may earn credits through a combination of afternoon courses, documented work or training experience. Credits maybe transferred from public or private high schools and state technical high schools. To receive this “traditional” diploma, you must earn 24 credits, including those you may have earned at your former high school.
The Wallingford Adult High School Credit Diploma Program offers small classes and online courses. When all credits are completed, of which four must be in English, four in mathematics (including Algebra 1), three in science, three in social studies (including U.S. history and civics), and two in Vocational Education Arts, one in career development and eight electives, a diploma will be awarded. (CDP is open to all people who are at least 17 years or older, do not hold
a high school diploma, and are no longer officially enrolled in high school).
For more information about this diploma option, please call the Adult Education School Counselor, Monday through Thursday between 3:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., 203-294-3904.
Location: Adult Learning Center (Train Station)
37 Hall Avenue
Time: Classes are held Monday – Thursday
11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Registration:Contact the Credit Program Counselor, Brian Pereira at 203-294-3900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.