GED Prep at Boulder County Campus

Take a Class to Prepare for the GED

GED Preparación Clase en Espanol comienza septiembre 27, 2014. Información en español.


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.

Program Details

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.

Modules Registration Begins Class Dates



July 15
July 15

Aug 16 - Oct 11
Aug 16 - Oct 11




Sep 15

Sep 15

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: 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.

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