High School Equivalency Program

The High School Equivalency Program (HEP) is a federally funded program for migrant and seasonal farmworkers to assist them in the process of obtaining their GED certificate. This is an intensive high school studies program that runs typically in the evenings from Monday thru Friday. Applications are generally taken year round, for our program is offered every quarter of the year: fall, winter and spring.

Please call our office for major deadline information at 503.589.7725.

Student Services

We provide HEP students with the academic skills necessary to successfully pass the GED exams. In addition to the academic program, other services available to the students include -

  • English courses (ESOL)
  • Bilingual services
  • Personal advising and counseling
  • Tutoring services
  • Technology and computer training
  • Academic excursions


  • Childcare grants
  • Transportation grants
  • Meals

Remember that we take applications every term. In order to confirm any important deadlines for HEP registration, please call our office at 503.589.7725 or e-mail us.

HEP is 100% federally funded by the federal government at $454,371.