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NOTE: All potential students should be at least 19 years old.
The first step is to find the right FREE class for you! Placement take two to three hours, and several things happen at your appointment:
Adult Basic Education GED prep classes are offered in reading/social studies and math/science combinations. These classes prepare students for taking the four GED subject tests. Classes are free; the GED tests have a fee and are administered through GED.com.
National External Diploma Program (NEDP) is a self-guided program that includes a variety of assignments, projects, and activities that are completed on a computer. Students must be self-motivated and learn independently, as there is no instructional component. Student work is reviewed through weekly one-to-one appointments with trained assessment staff. NOTE: There is a minimum CASAS score needed to qualify.
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If you have children, this may be the location for you!
Our classes at the Washington County Family Center are open to parents age 19 and older who have children under the age of 16. Children ages 0-3 may be eligible for free childcare during class. Families learn together, and our PALS team offers classes for those who need a high school diploma and those who want to learn English.
For more information and to schedule an intake appointment, contact the PALS office.
The PALS office does NOT have any access to transcripts and copies of diplomas for prior students. We cannot and will not release any information about prior students or their records. Please make any requests to the appropriate office:
GED credentials previously earned can be requested through GED.com. NOTE: Current testers receive directions about obtaining their diploma and transcript via email immediately after passing the fourth module.
NEDP transcripts or replacement diplomas can be requested by completing the NEDP Credentialing Request Form.