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Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's World -
Hesperia Adult School

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Hesperia Adult School

16527 Lemon Street

Hesperia, CA 92345

(760) 244-1771

Summer Office Hours  June 1 - 13, 2024:  Monday - Thursday  8 AM - 2 PM

Hesperia Adult School is CLOSED  June 14 - July 15, 2024


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Hesperia Adult School offers a variety of adult education programs including High School Diploma, GED Test Preparation, English As A Second Language, Citizenship Preparation and Career Technical Education programs. 


Hesperia Adult School was founded in 1994. Hesperia Adult School provides vital adult education, career training and supportive services to our High Desert community. 

Mission:  Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's World. 

Vision: Hesperia is committed to a high quality, accessible and equitable education in a positive and supportive learning environment that supports a diverse community of adult learners in meeting their education, career and personal goals.  Hesperia Adult School provides opportunities and services to equip our students with the knowledge and skills necessary to participate effectively as citizens, workers, parents, family and community members.  

Goal: All students will be prepared for college and careers.




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Fully Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools,

Western Association of Schools and Colleges 


Hesperia Adult School  is also recognized by the California Department of Education 

under the California Adult Education Program and

federally approved by the

Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act 

to provide Adult Education programs and services. 

Teenage Students

 Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's World


Maintaining safe schools is very important to the Hesperia Unified School District. HUSD wants to work to keep our schools free of alcohol, narcotics (nicotine, THC, marijuana, etc.), vape devices, knives, pepper spray/mace, brass knuckles, firearms (including replicas, look-alikes, bullets, magazines, etc.), and/or any other weapons or dangerous objects.  If you are ever made aware of any of these items being on campus please report the matter to the site administrator immediately as they are grounds for school action up to suspension and/or expulsion and police action up to citation and/or arrest.  Per California state law, there is no acceptable reason for these items to be on a school campus at any time.  By working together we can keep our students and schools safe.

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