Steps For Admission
Non High School Graduates
Students seeking admission to one of Reynolds’ curricular programs who are over 18 years of age and lack a high school diploma or the recognized equivalent (Certificate of General Educational Development or Home school Completion Certificate) have special admissions requirements. Students will be instructed to take an ability-to-benefit test at a campus Testing Center. Students who pass this test may be admitted to Reynolds as either non-curricular or curricular students, provided they also have satisfied other admission requirements. Students who fail the ability-to-benefit test may enroll as non-curricular students until they satisfy curricular admission requirements. For more information, contact the Central Admissions and Records Office.
For students wishing to attain a GED certificate, contact the Reynolds Middle College program..