Depends really on what stage you are in your career.
If you are starting out in the workforce – straight out of high school, it makes sense to include your high school education and mention the subjects you studies in your senior years.
If you are graduating from university/vocational education, it makes sense to include your certificate/degree/diploma as well as your high school education.
But, when you have many years of experience in a particular role or industry – 7+ years, you may wish to take out your high school education and leave in those qualifications and courses that have contributed to your professional development.
Unless the high school that you went to is known to be highly prestigious, then it may be a good option to leave it in.
Some, however, feel that mentioning their high school education gives away their age – something that they don’t want the prospective employer to initially know – so it is really up to you whether you feel it is necessary to include.
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