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in-person classes

Supportive & knowledgeable teachers

Our classes cover specific subjects with teachers qualified to teach that subject.  Our classes require attendance for credit because we remove all unnecessary information, and pack the necessary information into the remaining time.   

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4-week classes

Direct Classes

Classes can be offered at any time of day, but the majority of classes are offered late afternoon/evening hours.


Classes are limited to fifteen people, and it is on a first come, first served basis.

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6-week classes

GED Prep

These classes are for all students regardless of the type of diploma, equivalency or credit, that they are working toward. AM or PM options for classes. Curricula developed by Granite Peaks Adult Education, a wonderful partner program.


Our goal is that our students leave our program better off, and more confident, than when they came to us initially.



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4 Week

Direct Classes

Direct classes are taught for four weeks only.  Each class runs four hours a week for a total of 16 hours.  A class can be twice weekly for two hours on a Monday & Wednesday or a Tuesday & Thursday.  Some classes run for one hour a day Monday through Thursday.

IMPORTANT:
Not every class is taught every session, and missed days cannot be made up on next session. Few virtual options.

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT:
You must attend 14 out of the 16 hours to receive credit and be eligible for the teacher project credit.

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6 Week

GED Prep Fundamentals

If a student receives a TABE 1 or 2 in math or English, this places them at a Fundamentals level. This means that a student would need to attend a class four times weekly for two hours a day for a six week session in the area that they demonstrated skill gaps; math or English. The Fundamentals is the first class in the series of GED Prep.

These students need to attend classes in person to be able to access teacher and ask questions. This class has limited options for time of day offered. 
Upon successful completion, a student can receive 0.75 credit toward a credit diploma with this class in the elective area of math or English.

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT:
Can only miss three days to be eligible for credit.

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6 Week

GED Prep Foundations

If a student receives a TABE 3 in either math or English, this places them at a Foundations level. This class is also the next in the series for GED Prep after Fundamentals.  This class runs four times weekly for two hours a day for a six week session. This would only be in the area that they demonstrated skill gaps, which is math or English.

This class can be attended virtually, with limited options for time of day. Upon successful completion, a student can receive 0.75 credit toward a credit diploma with this class in the elective area of math or English.

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT:
Can only miss three days to be eligible for credit.

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6 Week

GED Prep Fast-Track

If a student receives a TABE 4 upon entering adult education, this places them at a Fast-Track level. This course covers all four areas of the GED Exam: English, math, social studies, and science.

This class is designed to be the final step prior to taking the GED, and is next in the series after Foundations. The class is broken into two weeks of English, two weeks of math, and one week each of social studies and science. We encourage our students to schedule each section of the GED after completing each section of the course.

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT:
Can only miss three days to be eligible for credit.