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Alternative Education

Baden High School

Baden is the continuation high school for SSFUSD. Students come with the goal of getting back on track in order to graduate.

For more information, please contact your student's counselor.

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California High School Proficiency Exam (CHSPE)

From the California Department of Education:

CHSPE is a test for students who need to verify high school level skills. In some cases, students take the test and leave high school early to work or attend college. Those who pass the tests receive a Certificate of Proficiency from the State Board of Education, which is equal by law to a California high school diploma.

People who are 16 years of age or older may take the test. Younger people who meet other criteria can also take the test. The test is given three times each year at many sites in California. The test covers three subject: reading, writing, and math. There is a fee to take the test.

General Education Development Test (GED)

From the California Department of Education:

The GED test is for adults who do not have a high school diploma. Those who pass the test receive a California High School Equivalency Certificate.

In California, persons who are 18 years of age or older may take the GED test. Some 17-year-olds who meet specific criteria for testing may also take the test.

Testing centers throughout California give the test many times during the year. The GED test covers five subjects: reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. There is a fee to take the test.