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Gateway’s Adult High School program is designed for those 18 years or older who want to attain their high school diploma. Public school districts in Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties participate in this program (subject to approval from the local high school).
Potential students who are interested in the program can obtain a program application at Student Services (be sure to write Adult High School,76-800-9, in the program requested line on the application). There is no application fee required. Contact your former high school and have your official transcript mailed to Admissions, Gateway at 400 County Rd. H Elkhorn, WI 53121.
Once you have applied, make an appointment with a Gateway Adult High School Advisor to review your official high school transcripts and receive course recommendations to complete high school credits for graduation.
To qualify for graduation 17 credits are required for completion of the program. These include:
- English – 4 credits
- U.S. History – 1 credit
- Mathematics – 1.5 credits
- Science - 1.5 credits
- Social Studies – 1 credit
- Electives – 8 credits
** Students who attend Kenosha Unified school district should contact the Kenosha Campus Adult High School Advisor for additional graduation requirements.
Qualifying students must also attend at least one term of a graded class at Gateway in order to receive the Adult High School diploma. Information concerning which classes are suitable for this credit can be obtained from an Adult High School Advisor or Marshlli Hamilton, (262) 619-6670 email@example.com.
All program graduates will have their official diploma sent to them 6-8 weeks after their final semester. Graduates are also encouraged to attend the graduation ceremony in May. Please note: there will be one graduation ceremony in May, for the combined graduates of the school year.