Solano County Library’s


Career Online High School Program







The Solano County Library is excited to offer a limited number of scholarships for Career Online High School (COHS).   This exciting new program offers adult students the opportunity to earn accredited high school diplomas and career certificates.



If you are selected for the program, you will have the opportunity to:


  • Take a 2 week prerequisite course.

    • Upon completion, you can enroll in the full program

  • Take classes online.

    • You will have the flexibility to access classwork 24/7

  • Be supported by certified instructors and an academic coach.

  • Earn an accredited high school diploma while preparing for a career in one of 8 high-demand, high- growth fields.

  • Graduate with the tools to advance in your profession or take the next step in your education.



Program Quick Facts


  • The program consists of 18 credits total (see Graduation Requirements for breakdown).

  • You earn both your high school diploma and a certificate in your chosen career area.

  • You create a career portfolio containing important job documents such as your resume and cover letters.

  • It may be possible for you to transfer credits from previously completed accredited high school courses, shortening the completion time to as few as 5 months. You will be given up to 18 months to complete the program.

  • The program is self-paced; each credit is designed to be completed over one month.


Ready to Get Started?


To apply for a scholarship for Career Online High School, you must:


  • Live in Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City, Vacaville or Vallejo

  • Be 19 years or older as of August 1, 2016

  • Take the self-assessment

  • Possess or register for a Solano County Library card

  • Commit 10 hours per week to study and complete coursework

Get more information here.


This program is generously funded by:


  • California State Library

  • Friends of the Vallejo Libraries

  • Friends of the Fairfield/Suisun/Cordelia Libraries

  • Supervisor Hannigan's District 1 Education Fund