STUDY FOR THE GED®

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CLASSES ARE AVAILABLE AT MORE THAN 30 LOCATIONS AND ONLINE

GED® classes are offered year-round in our community schools, the Adult Education Center, and several satellite sites.

Our GED® preparation classes provide Adaptive Learning instruction that is tailored to your individual needs.

GED® classes are available to adults age 18 and above. Students ages 16-17 must be officially withdrawn from the K-12 day school program.

TUITION FEE: $30 PER TERM

You may be eligible for tuition fee exemption. Click here to see if you meet the requirements

HOW TO REGISTER (INCLUDING ONLINE CLASSES)

Registration must be done in person at one of our school locations (even if you are going to study online).

Call a school or satellite location of your choice to find out when you can register Click here for school locations

Register in person, pay tuition (cash or check) and take a TABE assessment test to determine your correct learning level. Click here for more information about the TABE test

TERM DATES

Winter Term 2017
January 23 - April 21
Registration begins January 9 and is ongoing

Spring/Summer Term 2017
May 1 - July 20
Registration begins April 24 and is ongoing

Tuition Fee for Adult Education classes:
$30 per term

INTRODUCING THE
STUDENT PORTAL

Introducing the Adult & Community Education Student Portal.

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SUPPORT SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE FOR REGISTERED GED® STUDENTS

ONLINE GED® CLASSES

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STUDY ANYTIME, ANYWHWERE

Online students must have an e-mail address, access to a computer and the internet.

As a virtual student you will:

Login a minimum of one time per week to prevent being withdrawn from the program.

Participate in online seminars and online tutorial programs as suggested by your teacher.

Post-test as recommended by your teacher.

GED® CLASSES ARE AVAILABLE IN SPANISH

 

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CONTACT US

  • 561-649-6010

The School District of Palm Beach County, Florida, prohibits discrimination in admission to or access to, or employment in its programs and activities, on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or sexual orientation, marital status, age, religion, disability, genetic information, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic prohibited by law. The School Board also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.