High School Equivalency Test Preparation

High School Equivalency Test Preparation

High School Equivalency Test Preparation Classes incorporate Adult Basic Education Classes (ABE), Adult Secondary Education (ASE) and High School Completion Classes (HSD).  These classes are certified instructor taught and are student paced.  Using predictive scores given by the CASAS tests, students will be given the classes needed to raise their skill level high enough to pass the one of the High School Equivalency Tests (GED, HiSET, TASC).  Classes include instruction based learning, Odysseyware and one on one tutoring.
 
The High School Equivalency Tests are internationally recognized to measure major academic skills and knowledge in core content areas that are learned during high school. When an adult passes the High School Equivalency Test battery, the resulting High School Equivalency Test credential certifies that he or she has attained the knowledge and skills associated with high school completion. The High School Equivalency Tests may include the following subject areas:
 • Language Arts, Reading
 • Language Arts, Writing
 • Social Studies
 • Science
 • Mathematics

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