Free GED® Classes

GED Tutoring

Interested in attending College?

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.

Read our Frequently Asked Questions.


Schedule your orientation here in 3 easy steps!
Step 1: Choose a location
Note: You must be 18 years old or older,

and a citizen or permanent resident.

Step 2: Pick a date and time
Step 3: Enter your contact information  ) -

By providing us with your phone number, you consent to being contacted by Stevens-Henager College, CollegeAmerica, or California College San Diego regarding its educational programs, whether such contact is by phone, autodialer, recorded messaging, email, texting, instant messaging, or chat.


Frequently Asked Questions:

Q:Why should I get my GED diploma?

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

Q:What else?

A:You can be admitted to this college and others with a GED diploma.

Q:What is GED?

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.

Q:Okay, is it really, really free?

A:Yes, free means free.

Q:Do you pay for the books and supplies

A:Yes.

Q:Do you provide practice tests?

A:Yes.

Q:Does the school pay for the exam?

A:Yes.

Q:Oh, I like that.

A:Is that a question?

Q:Will you help me if I get stuck?

A:Yes. We will provide tutoring — free, of course.

Q:Okay, so what do I have to pay?

A:Nothing, free means free.

Q:Will you buy me a new car?

A:Sorry, we'd love to but...

Q:Will I be able to do it?

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.

Q:Why are you giving this away for free?

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.

Q:What do you want from me?

A:If you're satisfied, all we ask is that you tell your friends on Facebook.

Now, do you wish to schedule an orientation?

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1GED Academy Articles "What Does the GED Measure?" 11 Feb. 2008.
http://www.passged.com/articles/35-What-Does-The-GED-Measure.php