Adult Ed (AE) High School classes are designed for people who have already withdrawn from high school and have completed almost all of the classes they need to graduate.
Through these classes students earn credits needed to earn their high school diploma.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I earn credits?
You earn credits by taking classes. We offer core classes in Math, English, Science and Social Studies as well as a few elective credits. Most classes are offered two ways:
1) by computer in the classroom, with an instructor
2) on your own computer
An online teacher is available via email for your questions. Students may also come to ACE to work with certified teachers during the teacher’s regularly scheduled hours.
How long does it take to complete a class?
You work at your own pace. If you happen not to finish a class this school year, you can return in the summer or next year to finish. We keep your work for 12 months. Generally it takes a semester to earn a half credit. You may take one or two classes at a time.
How can ACE help me if all I need to earn my high school diploma is to pass my state-wide assessment/test?
If a student has earned all course credits but has not passed an EOC and/or the FSA assessment, then they can take the makeup tests at ACE twice a year, if that is their only requirement in order to receive their high school diploma. For more information, contact Kevin Johnson-Mack at [email protected] or 850-717-2024.
What is the cost?
Classes are $30 per term. You can take as many classes as you can complete during the term for the same tuition. Tuition can be paid in cash, money order, credit or debit card.
ACE Refund Policy: New students enrolling in Adult High School Credit Classes may withdraw and be entitled to a 100% refund if it is requested during the original orientation week. For returning students, no refunds will be given. Tuition will not be refunded if the student is withdrawn for disciplinary reasons.