GED® Preparation Classes
Our GED® Preparation Classes help students prepare for the High School Equivalency Test (GED®). The GED® test is a series of four tests, available for students who have not completed high school and need an equivalent certificate — the High School Equivalency GED® certificate — to demonstrate knowledge and skills.
Our classes are designed to improve basic language arts, reading, writing, math, science and social studies skills, in preparation for taking the series of GED® tests.
If you are age 16-18 years old: A completed High School Release form or a Request for Approval to Test for the GED® form is required, signed by a school official and parent or guardian. This form is available at your local high school or high school district office. You must be at least 16 years old to enroll in a GEDPrep course or take the GED® tests.
How to Register for GED® Preparation Classes
Sign up for the HS+ GEDPrep Information Email below. You will be contacted with information about how to sign up for a HS+ GEDPrep course online. To prioritize your health and safety, enrollment services will be offered online only for the foreseeable future.
Students who are returning after six or more months must go through the new student steps (see above). Students who are returning after missing one quarter (less than six months) should contact an advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration instructions.
Other Important Information:
Children are not allowed in the test sessions, information sessions, or in classes. Students who need disability accommodations should contact Access Services.
The assessments students take during intake sessions are not High School Equivalency (GED®) practice tests. They help place students in correct classes and are required for enrollment.