Will my class be in person (or onsite)?
Classes will be in person at the Adult School.
How do I get my old High School Transcript?
Please contact the student records OR counseling department of your old high school.
How can I meet with my guidance counselor?
E-mail [email protected]
What are the hours the CCAS office is open for by appointment visits?
What is the CASAS test?
CASAS tests assess basic and academic skills in real-world contexts. The system monitors progress in reading, math, English language, writing, and work-readiness skills. CASAS is the most widely used adult education competency-based testing system in the United States.
Are there any resources to help me take classes online?
Yes! When possible, we offer a Basic Computer Skills Workshop available free of charge for new and returning students that will prepare you to take class online.
How do I get a copy of my GED?
Can I receive proof of enrollment? (i.e. needed for government services or immigration purposes)
Yes. For CCAS proof of enrollment is a copy of your attendance. For new students, proof of enrollment can be requested after two weeks of attendance in your program. For continuing students, a copy of your attendance may be requested from office staff and sent via email.
I am interested in completing my HS diploma. Can you order my transcripts on my behalf?
No. Most districts have online systems where a former student may enter their personal information (name, supposed graduation date, DOB) and order their transcript to be mailed to the student or a school.
I am interested in a High School equivalency exam (GED, HiSET, or TASC). Which is best for me?
There are many factors that would help you decide which exam is best for you. Here are some suggestions. If you are interested in pursuing higher education speak to your academic advisor to see if the institution prefers a specific test. If you are interested in joining the military or law enforcement speak to your recruiter. Otherwise, when you meet with our school Counselor she can discuss the different avenues available to you.
If I attend High School outside of the Culver City District, can I attend CCAS to do credit recovery?
No. Please speak with your High School Counselor for your options.