High School Equivalecy Test (HSE)
(Nevada State Certificate of High School Equivalency)
In the absence of a high school diploma, the High School Equivalency Test is used as a measure of an individual's basic competencies in the areas of English (writing and literature), social studies, science, and mathematics. Individuals who desire to pursue a Nevada State Certificate of High School Equivalency must meet the following requirements:
- 17 years of age or older w/parental permission (16 year olds require administrative approval)
- Officially withdrawn from school;
- HSE testing fee of $65.00; and
- Proof of identity (i.e. valid drivers license or DMV identification card).
Counseling services are mandatory and are available to all enrolled and prospective students. Students may be counseled on a walk-in or an appointment basis at various locations throughout Clark County. For information regarding the HSE program call 702-799-8650 extension 5306.