Community College and Workforce Development

Oregon Adult High School Diploma Resources

The Oregon Adult High School Diploma (AHSD) provides an opportunity for adults to earn a rigorous diploma equivalent to an Oregon high school diploma through community colleges. The AHSD meets all state graduation requirements as provided in Oregon Administrative Rules and enables students to move toward postsecondary education and credentials.

  Program Manual AHSD 2022 23
  Appendices A thru J 

  Appendix C_A Comparison of College and AHSD Courses to 
  Oregon  Graduation  Requirements

  Appendix D_A Comparison of College and AHSD Courses to Oregon Content 
  Standards fillable_22-23.pdf

  Appendix E Personalized Learning Requirements
  Appendix F Annual AHSD Plan Update Cover Letter
  Appendix F1 Adult High School Diploma Program Annual Statistical Report 
  Appendix G 2013-14 AHSD Program Approval Timeline
  Appendix H Annual AHSD Program Accountability Timeline
  Appendix I OAR 589 007 0600 AHSD Program
​  Appendix J Links

​​A​BS ACCOUNTABILITY AND ASSESSMENT ​​​

​Assesment includes the standardized tests approved by the National Reporting System for identifying skills and measuring the progress of Oregon Adult Basic Skills learners. Assessment is one element of state and program accountability which also includes data collected and used for reporting, performance management, and program improvement.  ​


​Software Programs for Distance Learning Currently Approved for Use in Oregon

​The following is a list of curriculum and learning management systems that enable programs to track student on-task activity and calculate contact hours accurately (e.g. for assessment purposes) as required by Oregon WIOA Title II policy. Please note that this list is subject to revision and will be updated as appropriate.  If you would like approval to use a different software program for distance learning, please contact hecc.absteam@hecc.oregon.gov.  

  • ​​Skills Tutor
  • Canvas
  • Blackboard
  • Moodle