Get your diploma and open doors of opportunities for your education and career!
GET YOUR GED® YOUR WAY
Free GED® Online classes are completely free!
Flexible Study online whenever and wherever you want.
Supportive Be guided by teachers and tutors online and in-person.
Study Anywhere All you need is a compter or tablet and internet access.
Study at home, the library, your favorite coffeeshop, or wherever!
You can also use a computer at the Hubbs Center from Monday-Thursday.
TWO GED® ONLINE OPTIONS
1. GED® Online (teacher-supported)
TABE TEST SCORE REQUIREMENTS: READING 9.0+ | MATH 7.0+
GED® Online classes will use a variety of learning platforms customized to meet each student's academic needs including ED Ready, Edmentum, Read Theory, and Google Classroom.
Students will have regular check-ins online and in-person with a licensed teacher to talk about their progress. Teachers will work with students to ensure they are making progress towards completing their GED® and longer term goals, such as entering college or meeting a specific career goal.
2. Distance Learning GED® (independent study)
TABE TEST SCORE REQUIREMENTS: READING 6.0+ | MATH 6.0+
Students studying for the GED® independently will work with Distance Learning staff to enroll them in online GED® courses specific to their reading and math levels, including pre-GED® materials for students who are working towards higher test scores.
Our distance learning courses use Edmentum, a comprehensive learning website with tutorials and practice activities for every GED® subject. Those studying independently also have access to the drop-in tutor lab open at the Hubbs Center Monday-Friday.
Contact the GED® Counselor!
2. Follow instructions in the confirmation email.
3. Complete a reading assessment at the Hubbs Center. (math will be given later)
4. Meet with a Distance Learning Advisor for test score evaluation and scheduling.
Frequently Asked Questions
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