High School Diploma Classes

  • Get Your High School Diploma from Milan High School!

    We offer a wide range of required classes to earn your high school diploma. When you sign up for classes with Milan Adult Education, we will work with you to find out how many credits of each course you need for your diploma, and offer you a hybrid of online and in-person classes to get you the credits you need. 

    In-person classes are offered during the school year on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm-10pm at Milan Middle School and online courses are accessible 24 hours a day with a support teacher.


    Email Connie Cox at coxc@milanareaschools.org to get started!



    Sitting in classes not for you, but can't quite keep your focus for online classes? We now offer blended learning options for all our classes listed to the right. You can spend two hours in person and 2 hours online at your convince - giving you the opportunity to ask questions to a teacher, but still complete some work when easiest for you.


Current Semester Courses

  • Tuesdays from 6:15pm to 9:55pm

    English: "Improve Your Writing Skills" - Learn how to use better words and better grammar. Learn stronger techniques for writing stories, letters, resumes, and more. Do all this while earning English credit towards your high school diploma! Taught by Ms. Kaminski

    Earth Science: This class examines natural hazards, climate and environmental change, groundwater, lakes, oceans, earthquakes, volcanoes, tectonics, minerals, fossils, soils, sediments, and rocks. This class counts towards science credit for your high school diploma! Taught by Ms. Smith

    Wednesdays from 6:15pm to 9:55pm

    English: "Improve Your Reading Skills" - Read a variety of short stories and non-fiction in order to practice reading comprehension. You will also read two books in class, The Great Gatsby and Monster. Taught by Ms. Kaminski

    Geography: This course examines the basic concepts and processes that shape human geography. Global and local patterns of population, migration, environmental resources, agriculture, economy, and urbanization are surveyed and the factors influencing these patterns are discussed. This class counts towards a social studies credit for your high school diploma! Taught by Ms. Smith

    Algebra: Get your algebra credit for your high school diploma. Taught by Ms. Mahaney

    Book Club: Ms. Smith will assist you in earning more credit by having you participate in her book club. This group will count towards extracurricular credits that you need for your high school diploma. Lead by Ms. Smith