HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY CLASSES in ENGLISH

Achieve your Goal: Become a HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE!

Native English speakers as well as ESL students who have reached proficiency level in English are encouraged to enroll in our high school equivalency preparation program Monday through Thursday mornings from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Students are placed in two groups and study as a class under the tutelage of qualified and committed volunteer instructors. Each day students study one or more of the four GED modules: MathematicsScienceSocial Studies, and Reasoning through Language Arts. In addition, students take a GED Computer Preparation class to help them navigate the GED website, access online resources, and increase their computing and typing skills in preparation for the computer-based test. Throughout the semester, students are provided the opportunity to take the GED practice tests to help determine test readiness and define areas that need to be strengthened.

PROGRAM DETAILS
  • Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Daily attendance is required.
  • The school year is divided into two semesters: Spring and Fall.
  • Classes are Tuition free.
  • Students are asked to pay a $40 materials fee per semester for textbooks, binders, and supplies.
HOW TO REGISTER
  • Step 1: Come to Aberg Center during registration period to fill out registration form.
  • Step 2: Take a placement test to determine your proficiency in Reading, Writing & Math.
  • Next Registration Period:
    • St. Matthew's Cathedral Location - January 3rd - January 6th
REGISTRATION PERIODS
  • St. Matthew's Cathedral Location
    • Fall 2016: August 22nd - September 2nd
    • Spring 2017: January 3rd - January 6th
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
  • For students who need childcare during class, Aberg Center for Literacy offers an Early Childhood Program for children 3 months to 5 years of age.
  • For more information on the Early Childhood Program CLICK HERE › 
 
”At Aberg Center, I didn’t just learn the material to pass the GED test. I also learned that if you want something in life don’t just dream it, make it a goal and they will be there to help you. I will always be grateful for the excellent program Aberg Center for Literacy is.”
MILEYVI (GED GRADUATE)