GED assists students in attaining their General Education Development certification or high school equivalency diploma. Adults ages 18 or older (and in some cases individuals 16 and 17 years of age) are eligible for tutorial assistance. Services include textbooks, materials, classroom and online sessions. Testing fee assistance is available as well as GED award program for meeting hourly study requirements.
How To Get Started
- Fill out GED application (link below).
- Schedule an appointment with the GED Coordinator to complete orientation.
- Take the Reading and Language Arts Assessment for placement.
- Meet with GED Coordinator to create a learning plan accustomed to your needs.
- Once final test for Social Studies is complete, begin process to register for the GED test (GED Coordinator can help).
- Bring the following items needed to register to Academic coach: Photo ID, copy of your test scores showing you are ready to take the test, and a plan of how to get to and from the test
- Use the voucher number given to you by the academic coach to register for the test on the GED.COM website (If you have not already, you will need to create an account)
- Meet with GED Coordinator to begin the next section of the testing schedule (tests are taken on the following order: Social Studies (70-minute test), Science (90 Minute Test) RLA (150-minute test) and Math (115 Minute Test)
- Upon completion of the first 3 tests, you will be given a math assessment placement test in order to make sure learn all the skills necessary to complete the final Math GED Test.
To access the GED application, click the link below.