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Prepare for the high school equivalency exam

Ohio's High School Equivelency Voucher Program

  • The State of Ohio is helping offset the cost of the High School Equivelency Test by providing vouchers to those that follow a few easy steps. If you have not already done so, the first step is to create an account and register for the GED, HiSET, or TASC test.
  • For information about Aspire's free basic skills preparation, applying for the high school equivalency exam, or other related questions, call 330-988-1007.

Our Career-Technical Planning District is pleased to offer the following resouces for career and educational guidance:

Contact Information

Sandy Elliott
Email: selliott@wcscc.org
Phone: 330-669-7070 ext. 1010

Therese Clevenger
Email: TClevenger@wcscc.org
Phone: 330-988-1007

Other resources include:

Order Official HSE (High School Equivalence) Transcripts and Duplicate Diplomas

Beginning February 7, 2018 all High School Equivalence (HSE) transcripts and diplomas will be processed through DiplomaSender. The benefits of DiplomaSender include:

  • First time test takers receive their initial diploma and transcript FREE
  • Documents can be delivered electronically via email or through fax, USPS first class, or priority express mail
  • Duplicate diploma requests are $15
  • Duplicate transcript requests are $15
  • Test takers can create accounts via DiplomaSender.com to view their scores, order credentials (diploma and transcript), and view all historical and current test scores from all three assessment publishers (GED® , HiSET or TASC)

January 25, 2018 was the last day to order transcripts/diplomas through Parchment. All requests must go through DiplomaSender.
Walk-Ins:  As of Thursday, July 3, 2014, no walk-in requests for transcripts or duplicate diploma/transcripts are accepted.