HUSD offers three main alternative education programs:
Students who are credit deficient or otherwise unable to attend their "home school" (HHS) must make an appointment to see their Counselor to discuss the appropriate alternative educational setting. The student's parent/guardian must also be present at this meeting. Please note that, because these programs are very small, there are usually wait lists. Prospective students must continue to attend their home school until a space opens up, if at all.
Adult School Classes (@HHS) Winter Term 2015
Classes in session from January 12th to March 4th 2015
World History Room A-12
US History Room M-2
Current HHS Juniors and Seniors are allowed to attend these classes to make up credits from History classes that they have FAILED. These classes are not A-G eligible courses.
Classes are filled on a first come first serve basis so DO NOT DELAY, see your counselor BEFORE THE NEXT TERM STARTS!!!!.
|World History Sem. 2||English||World History Sem.1||American Gov.|
|US History Sem.2||Math||US History Sem.1||Science|
Comparison of Alternative Education
How many credits are required to graduate from Adult School: 140 credits (a new Adult School student must have at least 110 credits to enter, students with fewer than 110 core subject credits are referred to take the GED)
Which HHS courses transfer to Adult School? All except PE
Title of High School Diploma: Hayward Adult School
Age required to enroll: 17 and 10 months
Cost: $97.50 per semester
View the Hayward Adult School High School Diploma webpage.
More Information: The Hayward Adult School offers various programs including a high school diploma program for high school students who are behind in credits and can no longer graduate from their comprehensive high school. All Adult School courses are now offered during the day and the early evening. High school Seniors may concurrently enroll in evening courses at the Adult School while attending their high school during the day. HHS students needing to transfer to the Adult School full time must first withdraw from HHS (start in the Attendance Office) and attend an orientation at the Adult School by consulting the schedule on the Adult School website at www.has.edu. For more information you can also view Hayward Adult School Frequently Asked Questions
Brenkwitz Continuation School
How many credits are required to graduate from Brenkwitz: 190 credits
Which HHS courses transfer to Brenkwitz? All courses
Title of High School Diploma: Brenkwitz High School
Age required to enroll: 16+
More Information: Students attend class five days a week, from 8:30 A.M.- 12:40 P.M. Students must be 16 to attend Brenkwitz. Students enrolled at Brenkwitz earn variable credits. Courses at Brenkwitz are not A-G college prep. Cyber High classes are being offered at Brenkwitz. Brenkwitz High School offers the opportunity to join the Brenkwitz track team.
Which HHS courses to transfer to Independent Studies? n/a (please see "More Information" below)
Title of High School Diploma: Hayward High School or Hayward Adult High School
Age required to enroll: Grades 9-12
More Information: Independent Studies is a program, not a school. Students may earn 220 credits to graduate from Hayward High or may go on to adult school to graduate with 180 credits. Those in the program may participate in their home high school activities and may elect to return to Hayward High at any time. Students meet individually with a teacher twice a week in order to earn variable credits. Independent Studies courses are not A-G college prep. Cyber High classes are being offered at IDS. Students enrolled in Independent Studies sometimes choose to return to their home schools to complete their studies and must do so with the approval of the principal. Independent Study Frequently Asked Questions