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Get the help you need to earn your GED diploma.
If you don't have your high school diploma, we can help you with no-cost classes to prepare you for the GED exam. When you're ready, we'll pay for your test fee.
You can schedule an orientation at a campus near you by filling out
the form below. Feel free to bring a family member or friend with you.
And, of course, you can also come alone. We look forward to seeing you.
Frequently Asked Questions:
A:Simple, you can attend college, you can get more jobs and, on average, those with a high school diploma or GED over their lifetime earn $350,000 more.1
A:You can be admitted to this college and others with a GED diploma.
A:It is General Educational Development. It is the equivalent of a high school diploma and most colleges and employers treat it as the same as a high school diploma.
A:Yes, free means free.
A:Is that a question?
A:Yes. We will provide tutoring — free, of course.
A:Nothing, free means free.
A:Sorry, we'd love to but...
A:When you come in, we will conduct a pre-test. You'll know right away if you'll be able to complete the work and pass the exam.
A:Its part of our Good Neighbor Initiative. We want to help those interested in going to college. We want to contribute to our community. We want to be a good neighbor.
A:If you're satisfied, all we ask is that you tell your friends on Facebook.
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1GED Academy Articles "What Does the GED Measure?" 11 Feb. 2008.