High School Diploma
A High School Diploma can open up better job opportunities, help you prepare for job training and college, and qualify you for financial aid to further your education.
Classes are free of charge!
Check our calendar for upcoming enrollment testing dates.
It is never too late to graduate!In order to earn your high school diploma you will need a total of 180 credits as follows:
GED High School Equivalency Exam
Our General Education Development preparation program offers free classes to help you prepare for the General Education Development (GED) test. You will practice content items from the GED, learn test-taking strategies to ensure your success, and experience realistic testing conditions. Gain confidence in your skills through our individualized, teacher-directed prep class so you pass on the very first try!
Although the GED test represents less of a time commitment than a high school diploma, it's not academically easier. The test is graded on an equivalency scale compared to current high school students. To pass, test takers must perform on a level comparable to or above 60% of high school seniors.
Made up of four subject area tests, the GED tests include the following subjects:
Reasoning through Language Arts (RLA)
In addition to multiple-choice and short-form answers, the test also includes extended response question-and-answer formats. Individuals considering taking the GED test need to study. The test is available in Spanish, as well.To register and/or schedule a testGo to www.GED.com
or call 1-877-392-6433