High School Credentials: HiSET and ADP Services

SCALE offers HiSET (High School Equivalency Test) and ADP (Adult Diploma Program) services and testing. SCALE staff can explain which diploma is right for you. Contact the SCALE office at 617-629-5500 (extension 6900 if calling from an internal line).

Need a Transcript?

For HiSET transcripts, contact:

Diploma Sender
www.diplomasender.com
Customer Service: 1-855-313-5799 

For an ADP transcript, contact:
Somerville High School
81 Highland Avenue
Somerville, MA 02143
617 625-6600 x6100

Need to raise your skill level in preparation for HiSET?

Click here for more information about classes or to attend an ABE Orientation at SCALE.

A HiSET test center is located at SCALE.

In order to test, you must sign up online at the ETS/HiSET website.  On the website, you will create an account, pay for your testing, and choose a test center.

The HiSET website is http://www.hiset.ets.org

For further information or any questions regarding the HiSET, please contact the ETS/HiSET customer service department at 1-855-694-4738.

The ADP provides an alternative way of earning a high school diploma.

ADP Task Preparation

This course guides students through the five required tasks for the Adult Diploma Program (ADP). Each task is a project demonstrating the skills needed to function and progress in daily living situations. Reading a map, researching an historical fact and composing a research paper, topical health awareness, researching occupations, writing a resume and applying to a postsecondary college or program are examples of task requirements. Each completed task is evaluated by the teacher/assessor and students must demonstrate a working understanding of the finished task. Sixty-four generalized life skill competencies are grouped into the following task areas: the community and beyond; financial literacy and numeracy; health and science; history and social science; next steps -- college and career readiness. With an instructor's guidance, students work individually and in small groups to research, study, and collect information necessary to complete the tasks.

How do I get more information? Call 617-629-5500.