Adult High School Program
Students, aged 16 or older, who are no longer enrolled in a public high school, but who would still like to graduate with a regular high school diploma may enroll in the full-time adult high school program. To enroll, students must be at least 16 years old and have officially withdrawn from the public school system. This program is not recommended for students who have more than two or three credits to earn. Students must pass the FCAT to earn a high school diploma and are responsible for arranging and taking the FCAT through their local school district.
To take advantage of the full-time option, please call leah Gamble at 352-493-9533, to make an appointment to discuss the necessary steps. Please bring a copy of your official high school transcript from the last high school you attended when you come for your appointment. An evaluation of your official transcript may take up to two weeks, but we will discuss options and requirements with you before the evaluation. When the evaluation is complete, you will be notified of your status and eligibility for enrollment.
Levy County students who are still enrolled in high school, but need additional credits to graduate with their class may co-enroll through the CF Levy Center adult high school program. To take advantage of this option, contact your high school guidance counselor who must sign the necessary forms.
All adult high school program services are provided online. Students are required to complete the first eight hours of coursework at the Levy Center in Chiefland. After that, students may access coursework at the CF Levy Center or from home or other computers. All final exams must be proctored and taken at the CF Levy Center in Chiefland.