Click the button above to learn more! A GED® can improve job opportunities and result in higher income. Visit this link to see median weekly earnings with or without a GED® or high school diploma, and with some college or a degree. If you’re thinking of furthering your education, the U.S. Bureau of Labor has many articles and statistics on employment outlook and careers for a variety of education levels.
- GED® classes are for students 16 years of age and older.
- 16 and 17-year-olds must have a release from their high school to attend classes.
- General Education Development (GED®) classes develop the skills needed to pass the four subjects of the GED® test (Math, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies).
- Each class uses different teaching techniques which focus on skill-building in work and life contexts.
- Pre-College classes are for students 16 years of age and older with a high school diploma or GED® transitioning to college.
- Pre-College classes help students:
- Prepare for or improve scores on college placement tests.
- Develop reading comprehension skills and strategies.
- Renew or increase math skills.
- Develop writing composition and grammar skills.