The Competency-Based Community School Diploma Program (CBCSDP) provides adults who are non-high school graduates a valid option to obtain the State of Hawaii Adult Community School Diploma from the Community Schools for Adults (CSA’s).
Purpose and Content
The purpose of the CBCSDP is to enable adult learners to further develop their communication skills – reading, writing, listening and speaking; computation skills; problem-solving skills; and interpersonal skills. The activities are designed to help adult learners become functionally competent individuals within the following five units: Consumer Economics, Community Resources, Health, Government & Law, and Occupational Knowledge.
There are two phases in the CBCSDP that must be completed to qualify for the Hawaii Adult Community School Diploma:
Phase 1: Academic Coursework
Phase 2: Career Component (Choose one):