People return to finish their high school education for a lot of reasons. They may have promised themselves they would return, they want a promotion at work, or maybe they just want to improve their lives and those of their family.
In deciding where you want to start, you may want to answer some of the following questions. Do you have a lot of credits? Are you looking to finish fast? How much time and energy do you bring to the table? These are questions that can help you determine which path you will choose.
An equivalency diploma is what you receive when you take and pass the four sections of the GED Exam at a high school level.
Past education can count, but must meet current core requirements.
A student does not need to come to Adult Education to take the GED exam. Just set up an account at GED.com and take a GED Ready test that will show if you are ready to take the GED. These ready tests are $6.99 each. The have a ready test for each section of the GED (Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Social Studies, and Science). You can even schedule a time to take the actual GED exam through this website. Each section of the actual GED costs $36 to take for a total of $144.
Attend 40-minute orientation to schedule registration appointment. We will go over our different programs and student expectations.
Bring required paperwork, including proof of residency and HSE form (if applicable), start TABE testing.
· $75 registration fee due at time of appointment
REQUIRED to establish entering levels in English, math, and reading. Results determine placement options.
NEW: Attending a PL Class/Lab required prior to counseling appointment.
At this meeting, student will go over placement options, student strengths, and credits.
REQUIRED only if needed: Fundamentals, Foundations, and Fast-Track Classes
OPTIONAL: Direct and Fast-Track