Take a Class to Prepare for the GED
Our program vision and priority is that all students will accomplish their GED and career goals. We are committed to providing:
- Experienced GED Prep instructors with expertise in and commitment to the teaching of GED students;
- A respectful and supportive classroom atmosphere;
- An instructional environment focused on the learning, growth, and development of the whole student.
We offer two modules: Language Arts and Social Studies (LA/SS) and Math and Science (MA/SC).
- Classes meet 2.5 hours (9:00-11:30 a.m. or 12:00-2:30 p.m. depending on module) every Saturday during each eight-week module.
- The cost is $110 per module. Students are strongly encouraged to take one module at a time.
- In addition to classroom instruction, students are required to spend at least five hours per week working with a learning group in completion of projects throughout each session.
- An additional 15-20 hours per week studying online is required so that students are prepared for each class meeting.
English-Language Classes: Fall 2014
Classes meet Saturdays throughout each module from 9:00-11:30 a.m or 12:30-3:00 p.m. as assigned by GEDP coordinator, depending on module. Groups meet during the week as decided by each group.
|Oct 18 - Dec 13
Oct 18 - Dec 13
* Cost does not include fee to take official GED exam.
How To Sign Up
To begin the process, complete the pre-assessment and pre-registration form. There is no financial obligation until official enrollment is completed. For questions, contact Kay Uhles, GED Prep Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org or (303) 678-3725.
Additional Learning Opportunities
Included in each module, we offer students the following opportunities at no extra charge:
- An assessment of each student’s skill level (before enrollment) in order for the student to make an informed decision as to the best course for his or her skill level;
- Individual or small-group tutoring, if needed, in the four GED subject areas in addition to classroom instruction, project creation, and online lessons;
- Official Practice Tests (OPTs) to test student readiness;
- Day-long workshops throughout the year which provide students with information concerning career and college options after the completion of their GED.