High school graduates should submit one of these documents:
- final high school transcripts with graduation notation OR
- photocopy of your high school diploma
Below are some resources to request your records if you are unable to locate your copy:
Anne Arundel County Public Schools PDF
Baltimore City Public Schools DOC
Baltimore County Public Schools PDF
District of Columbia Public Schools
Frederick County Public Schools
Howard County Public Schools DOC
Montgomery County Public Schools
Prince George's County Public Schools
Queen Anne's County Public Schools PDF
Home School Programs
Homeschooled students should submit a copy of their high school diploma and final high school transcript that notates graduation. Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) publishes a list of registered entities to supervise home instruction in Maryland. Anne Arundel Community College uses this list, or similar lists for other states, in conjunction with the diploma and high school transcript to review high school graduation status.
Foreign High Schools
Anne Arundel Community College uses documents listed on the World Education Services (WES) website to determine foreign high school equivalent to U.S. high school graduation. Students should submit copies of the secondary documents listed on the WES website. Notarized English translations are needed in addition to the required documents for some languages.
Online High Schools
AACC recognizes some online high schools. Online high schools must be regionally accredited by an accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
Students who have earned a GED should submit one of these documents:
- Copy of the diploma OR
- GED examination results
If you are unable to locate your copy of your GED:
Request a copy of your Maryland GED DOC
Students with a GED from another state should contact that state for a copy.
Need information on earning your Maryland GED?
Information on GED testing in Maryland
AACC offers GED Test Prep courses.