High School Equivalency Diploma

Obtaining a High School Equivalency diploma is the gateway to new beginnings, new opportunities and new ways to view yourself and what is possible. It can help you start a new life at work and at home.

A recent study showed that a high school dropout who obtains a High School Equivalency diploma could see an income rise of 43 percent. Graduates make an average of $385,000 more in their lifetime than people without. That’s a raise of $12,000 a year for most people.

A High School Equivalency diploma becomes more lucrative when the student goes on to college. The average income for college graduates is $44,000, more than double the income of people who haven’t graduated high school.

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Moore County
Mike Andrews
110 Van Dusen Hall
(910) 695-3998

Hoke County
Tammi Maynor
Hoke Center
(910) 848-4300 or ext. 5738


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