**IMPORTANT GED TEST INFORMATION**
New High School Equivalency Tests go into effect on January 1, 2014. Examinees that have not completed and passed their GED must do so by December 31, 2013 or they will have to start over with the new test.
The School for Continuing Education, located at Salem High School, offers a variety of enrichment, vocational and academic courses for the adult learner in the community.
Brochures containing course information will be posted on this site and mailed to all Salem, Windham, and Pelham residents in mid-August for the Fall semester and mid-January for Spring semester.
Download Fall 2013 Brochure
Adult High School Diploma Program
The Adult High School Diploma Program offers high school credit courses, which meet local and state requirements. Students may earn a diploma from the Salem School District. Dual enrollment is available for SHS students who meet eligibility requirements.
The School for Continuing Education offers a variety of non-credit courses to enrich the lives of all learners. These courses range from American Sign Language, to computer basics, to fitness and leisure activities.
General Equivalency Development (GED)
The School for Continuing Education offers a variety of preparation courses for the General Equivalency Development (GED) Program that allows students to take the GED test.
View GED Requirements