Register Today for the High School Diploma Program 

The NOCE High School Diploma Program is here to help you achieve your goals and work toward your diploma or equivalency.

Photo of the Anaheim High School Diploma Lab.

Earn Your High School Diploma With NOCE!  

NOCE high school diplomas are issued to adult learners, 18 years of age and older. The NOCE High School Diploma Program operates as an open-entry lab where students work individually and at their own pace on various required subjects. All labs have instructors and staff members to assist students with completing their courses. Take the next step with us!   

  • Be a graduate   
  • Earn more money  
  • Get a better job   
  • Transition to college  

New Students: Steps to Register

1. Obtain your official transcripts from any high school program that you previously attended.

Official transcripts mean delivered in a sealed/unopened envelope from the institution. Mail the official transcripts to the NOCE Wilshire Center at 315 E. Wilshire Avenue, Building 300, Fullerton, CA 92832, ATTN: HS TRANSCRIPTS

2. Apply to NOCE!

New students can enroll for the NOCE High School Diploma Program by following the steps on our registration page for new students.

3. Once you have your Banner ID, you must complete an online orientation in myGateway. 

To access myGateway, visit and use your Banner ID and password to log in. 

4. Once you have logged in, you must complete the online orientation.

Students should complete the General NOCE Orientation. For step by step instruction on how to access the online orientation, check out the PDF below:

5. After you have completed your orientation, you must meet with a counselor.

Call: 714.808.4682 to set-up an appointment. When you meet with your counselor via online or telephone meeting, you will develop your Student Educational Plan which will include what courses you must complete to earn your diploma. 

6. You must select the course(s) that you would like to take for the 2020 Fall Semester in accordance with your Student Educational Plan. 

The High School Diploma Program is offering high school subjects remotely in the 2020 Fall Semester:

  • New students may register for one of the subjects based on their Student Educational Plan. 
  • New students with completed Student Educational Plan must be referred by their counselor to the high school diploma faculty in order to be able to register in one of the subjects listed above. 

7. Once registered, log into Canvas after 24 hours. For step by step instructions on how to log into and use Canvas, view the Canvas video.

Cinco Pasos Faciles Para Inscribirse 

¿Necesitas español? Vea los pasos de registro en español.

Returning Students: Register for Classes

Continuing students may register for one of the seven subjects based on their Student Educational Plan. Continuing/Returning students may call or e-mail to register for the specific High School subject listed in the table below.

Online High School Course Offerings for 2021 Spring Semester

Class OfferingRegistration Information
World History
English III, Literature Component
To enroll in one of these courses, call 714.808.4582 or e-mail:

*English 1
*English 2
* English 1 and 2 are offered in-person for a limited number of students. English 1 and 2 are two 9-week, in-person sessions on M/W 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Anaheim Campus, Room 139.
English 1 or 2 direct instruction is only open to students who need the full 10 credits in each course.
For more information, e-mail: 
United States History 1
United States History 2
To enroll in one of these courses, call 714.484.7438 or e-mail:
Health Sciences
To enroll in one of these courses, call 714.992.9538 or e-mail: