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Adult Independent Studies


In Adult Independent Study, high school credits may be earned at home on coursework by turning in weekly assignments to the instructor.  A deposit to cover the cost of replacing borrowed textbooks is due at the time of registration and will be refunded upon return of materials. A placement test is required. Registration in this program takes place in the Counseling Office.  For additional information contact the campus that is most convenient for you to attend.

  • Abram Friedman Occupational Center, (213) 765-2400

  • Belmont Community Adult School, (213) 241-8500
  • Jefferson Community Adult School, (323) 235-8121
  • Mid-City Learning Center, (213) 483-8689