textbook and pencilThe Adult Basic Education (ABE) and General Education Development (GED®)
programs provide instruction to improve skills in preparation for success on the Official GED® Tests.

All new students are required to take the TABE test upon registration. TABE is an assessment test to help place students in the correct learning level and to measure progress.

Convenient Study Options

GED® classes are available both in a traditional classroom setting and online for your convenience. You can also combine both options in a blended learning format.

Who can enroll in GED® classes?

GED® classes are available to adults age 18 and over or for students as young as 16 with notarized documentation from parents and public school officials. Students must be officially withdrawn from the K-12 day school program.

What subjects are covered in the GED® test?

The current GED® test is composed of several 4 sub-tests: language arts (reading/writing), math, science, and social studies. Go to the GED Testing Service website to learn more about the subjects tested. 

Who can take the GED® test?

Anyone 18 years and older can register to take the GED® test. You do not have to be enrolled in GED® classes to take the test.
Persons 16-17 years of age must achieve passing scores on the Official Practice Test (OPT) and are required to submit an Age Waiver in which the parent or guardian gives permission for the student to register for the GED® Test.

Imagine your life after the GED.