Ready to change your life by obtaining your high school equivalency (HSE) diploma? Students who wish to earn their HSE diploma must take the GED Exam. Our program provides interactive and engaging preparation classes that cover the four subject areas of the GED examination. Our program is student-focused and aims to help participants achieve their academic and career goals.
With our partnership with Dutchess Community College, we offer students aged 18 to 24, the ability to graduate and earn college credits by completing our course. We have amazing instructors that care deeply about the students and want to see them succeed.
You may hear other meanings for GED such as Graduate Equivalency Degree or General Educational Diploma. However, GED traditionally stands for General Educational Development Test.
After graduating from high school, you will receive a diploma. A diploma is a document stating you’ve completed all the required courses to graduate. Some students in high school are close to finishing and getting a diploma, but don’t quite get there. In those cases, students can take a series of tests that will indicate whether or not they have a high school level of education. This is known as the GED test.
Want to learn more about earning your GED credential? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Earning your GED is worthwhile, and we’re here to help you discover more about what a GED is, the process of earning one, and how it will benefit your life further down the road. Check out the video below and keep reading for more information.
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