Finish Your Diploma/GED

 Thank you for your interest in continuing your education at Berkeley Adult School.

At BAS, we have some classes that meet only in person, some classes that meet only online, and some classes you can attend in person or via Zoom. The important thing is that we want to do everything we can to enable you to attend!

There are two main paths to completing High School. You can:

Both High School Diploma classes and High School Equivalency classes are free. Our counselor will help you decide which path is right for you.

Please call the High School Office with any questions about Registration and Enrollment if the registration period is closed. Phone: (510) 644-8963 or (510) 981-9150, Email: betseyhoyt@berkeley.net.

When do classes start?

Academic Classes Registration Dates

Fall Term 1:  7/24/24 – 9/4/24

Fall Term 2: 10/7/24 – 11/4/24

BAS Fall Schedule

Fall Term 1:  August 14, 2024 – October 18, 2024 – Classes begin Wednesday 8/14/24.

Fall Term 2: October 21, 2024 – January 10, 2024- Classes begin Monday 10/21/24.

How to Register & Enroll in Four easy steps:

Step 1: REGISTER(New students only)

New students need to complete the Academic Registration Form. Returning students can “sign in” with your USERNAME & password. Please contact the HS office if you need assistance. Click on the Academic Registration Form button then click the “Register Now” button.

After you complete the online Registration form, you will receive an email receipt with links to the Math Placement and the Writing Sample with goals assessment (the sender of the email is no-reply@asapconnected.com).

NOTE: Students can also come to the BAS High School Office to complete the Registration form. Monday through Thursday: 8:30am – 1 pm and 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm (closed for lunch 1 – 2 pm) and Friday 8:30 am – 12 noon. 

Returning Students (from Spring 2024) please contact the High School Office to get enrolled in classes (510) 644-8963 or (510) 981-9150 or betseyhoyt@berkeley.net.

Note: Returning students do not need to take the Assessments or attend the orientation. Talk to the counselor to determine which assessments are needed for you. 

Come to BAS to attend the Orientation & take the CASAS Reading placement test. Please allow up to 3 hours.
Orientation will be in room 216 – No appointment required

Fall Term 1 Orientation/CASAS Schedule

Room 216- Orientation  

CASAS testing in Room – 215 and/or107 open

Fall Term 1 Orientation & CASAS dates –

Fall Term 1

9:00 am 

6:00 pm

Tuesdays

8/6/24 

8/6/24, 8/13/24

Wednesdays

8/7/24

8/7/24

Thursday

8/1/24, 8/8/24

8/1/24

Fall Term 2 Orientation & CASAS Reading Dates

Room 216- ORIENTATION. 

CASAS testing in Room – 215  or 107

Fall Term 2

9:00 AM

6:00 PM

Tuesday

10/8/24, 10/15/24

10/15/24

Wednesday

10/9/24, 10/16/24

10/9/24

NOTE: CASAS Reading assessment can be taken on alternate dates if needed in room 107. Please check in with the main office prior to taking the assessment.

Mornings: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 AM-10:30 AM, Thursday from 8:00 AM -11:30 AM

Evenings: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 6 PM-7:15 PM

New students need to complete the Academic Registration Form. You are a NEW student if you did not attend BAS during the Spring 2024 semester.

Click on the Academic Registration Form button then click the “Register Now” button.

AFTER you have completed steps 1, 2 & 3…

You must meet with the counselor to enroll in classes.

In your meeting, you will:

  • Create your Education Plan and establish your goals: 1. Discuss the three paths to finishing high school. 2. Review your transcript and the credits you still need
  • Enroll in classes: Receive your schedule with classroom locations and/or Zoom links

By finishing high school you show your family how important education is to you. Being a high school graduate can help you get a better job, succeed in job training, and transition to college. We’re proud of you for wanting to finish high school!

WHO MAY ENROLL:

BAS’ programs are designed for people who live in Berkeley and the surrounding communities. Funding for high school classes comes from the State of California. We cannot serve people who live outside of California.

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