What is a GED?

GED stands for General Education Development. It is also referred to as the "General Equivalency Diploma.

What are the age requirements for your program?
16-20 years of age

Who benefits from earning a GED?

  • Students who are behind their graduating class in credits earned
  • Home educated students
  • Students seeking financial aid to persue a college education

How many GED exams are there?
There are five exams

  1. Math
  2. Writing
  3. Reading
  4. Social Studies
  5. Science

The battery of five tests indicates equivalency to high school skill levels. Each exam requires a passing score of 410 with an overall average of 450 required to earn your GED.

How long will it take me? Each student has a different schedule depending on their skill level and how well they apply themselves. Some students take a few weeks and some take several terms.

E-mail or call us at 503.399.5293 for more information