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Principal Kirk Williams is Awarded Certificate of Recognition from the California Assembly

On February 17, 2015, Principal Kirk Williams and several other Highlands Community Charter School staff attended the Russian-Speaking Community...Read More

Earning a High School Diploma can be better than a GED

A recent report in the Redding Record Searchlight talks about how the GED overhaul results in tougher test, less success, which notes that the new...Read More

Our A+ Computer Technician Program that Starts Jan 20 was Featured in the News

We have partnered with The Stride Center to offer low or no cost COMPTIA A+ computer technician training, and Darby Patterson who coordinates this...Read More

Highlands Community Charter School Puts Ex-Offenders on Road to Middle-Class Jobs

Cathie Anderson just wrote an article about us in The Sacramento Bee, highlighting how we help many ex-offenders to get training that helps them to...Read More

We offer free English for Immigrants classes!

Our nation was built by immigrants, and the commonality that we share is our language.  But many English as a Second Language (ESL) programs have...Read More

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New classes start August 17, 2015. 

Students can enroll by coming into our office at 1333 Grand Avenue Building B (across from Grant High School), from 9 am to 3pm, or click here to complete our online enrollment form. You can also call for more information:

About Us

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Highlands Community Charter School is an adult-serving charter school, where we can provide free education to students who do not yet have a U.S. High School Diploma.  We help adult students learn career skills while also working towards earning a full high school diploma.  The following are some of the programs we offer:

* - Students who do not have enough credits to graduate, may qualify to earn a Certificate of Primary Education or Certificate of Functional Education instead.

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