Pre-College Programs offer an array of opportunities for individuals seeking a high school diploma, GED or pathway into higher education. These second-chance programs are designed to meet the needs of the community and address the need for providing opportunities for a more productive life.
Gateway to College – Gateway to College serves students ages 17-20 who have not experienced success in a traditional high school but have a desire to get back on track and earn a diploma and more. Students can earn a high school diploma while earning college credits toward an associate degree or certificate. Gateway to College students are college students, with college opportunities and college expectations.
GED Classes – The GED Preparation Class is designed to help individuals who have not earned a high school diploma earn a GED (General Education Development). A GED has become an essential first step for improving an individual’s opportunities for employment and education. The curricula include the complete Steck-Vaughn Test Preparation for the 2014 GED series that is divided into four (4) subject area sections: Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Social Studies and Science. GED Academy provides computer-based instruction and built-in assessment process that creates customized learning plans.