High School Equivalency
HSE classes offer an opportunity to review, learn, and improve basic academic skills in reading, math, language/writing, science and social studies.
Our classes are free, and we loan you the materials you need to study as you prepare for the HSE (formerly GED) test.
We offer individualized instruction, self-paced learning, and flexible scheduling. Students can combine classroom instruction, homework and online assignments to achieve their goals.
Must be at least 16 years old and not currently enrolled in a public-school system. 16 and 17-year-old students must provide proof of withdrawal from public school, and a parent/guardian must schedule and attend a meeting prior to enrollment.
Morning, afternoon and evening class times are available to work around most work schedules.
Steps to Enroll:
to start the process.
Schedule a time for initial assessment testing in reading, language and math so we can create an individualized learning plan to help you achieve your goals.
Attend class regularly.
16-18 year olds are expected to attend 12 hours per week, all other adults are expected to attend 6 hours per week. Online classes may be available.