CCC Adult High School Diploma (AHSD) Are you seeking a convenient way to earn your high school diploma? You can take an active role in planning your education through participation in the Adult High School Diploma (AHSD) program at Clackamas Community College. AHSD provides you a pathway to completing high school, along with the option to earn college credits while completing your high school credits. Working with advisors in our Dye Learning Center, you can determine the exact program direction you want to take. To enroll in the Adult High School Diploma program, you must be at least 16 years old. If you are under 18, you’ll need a referral or a release from compulsory attendance from your local high school. How Long Will It Take? How Much Will It Cost? The length of your AHSD program depends on how many credits you need to earn and how many credits you earn each term. Cost generally depends upon length of program, courses needed and referral from school district. Adult Secondary Education classes carry only high school credit. If you are earning college credit while taking the program, college tuition/fee rates are charged. Getting Started To get started earning your high school diploma, schedule an intake appointment to determine coursework, scheduling options and AHSD program placement. Contact the Oregon City campus Campus Learning Center at 503-594-3395. Graduation We invite all Adult High School Diploma graduates to participate in the formal cap and gown commencement ceremonies at CCC held at the end of Spring Term in June.