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Dohn Community High School 22+ Program

May 21, 2024

It's never too late to get your High School Diploma!
Students 22 years of age or older earn a fully accredited high school diploma. Dohn Community High School’s 22+ Adult Diploma Program is one of twenty such programs in Ohio and the sole provider in Cincinnati. This innovative program is offered, at no cost to the student, to all persons 22 years of age or older who wish to earn a fully accredited high school diploma. The 22+ program honors all previously earned credits, state testing results, and may award credit for work experience. Students must fulfill the requirements of the State of Ohio that were in effect at the time they entered ninth grade. This allows learners to complete coursework that they were unable to finish during high school without redundancy. To ensure a smooth transition into college or career pathways, both guidance and support are personalized for each individual graduate, empowering them to realize their dreams as they exit the program. Last school year alone, 2020-2021, the 22+ Program graduated over 400 students!

Inquiries, contact Roshundra Dennard at 513-999-8842 or email: Learn more.


May 21, 2024

Easterseals YouthBuild provides young adults the opportunity to improve their lives by earning their high school diploma or GED while preparing for a career in construction and exploring other career pathways.

If this sounds like a program for you, call 513-386-6852 or email us at, to learn more.
YouthBuild helps prepare trainees for success by simultaneously supporting them by:

Connecting to education for academic improvement
Developing leadership skills
Providing one-on-one case management
Connecting to job and apprenticeship opportunities
Building construction and/or advanced manufacturing skills
Who is eligible?
Young men and women ages 16-24 are encouraged to apply. Eligibility requirements include:

Perform at a minimum 6th grade math and reading level
Be willing to commit to 6 months of paid construction training
Be willing to work toward attainment of a high school diploma or GED with a goal of enrollment into post-secondary school or training
Helping the Community
Past YouthBuild classes have rehabbed low-income housing and also provided construction and rehab services to a community center and other local non-profit organizations. By learning skills and giving back to the community, YouthBuild graduates have moved on to metalworking apprenticeships, careers in construction and have gained confidence to make positive steps to a successful future Learn more.