High School Equivalency Preparation
EVERYONE must attend an Information Session and take the TABE Placement Test first.
What is the exam?
The High School Equivalency exams that are currently in place are the GED® and HiSET® tests. Students complete their High School credential when they pass official tests on each of the subject areas:
º Reading º Writing º Science º Social Studies º Math
º Reasoning Through Language Arts º Science º Social Studies º Math
Test Preparation Options:
Face-to-face classes offer quality instruction and are available throughout Wake County. See the list of classroom locations around Wake County.
Internet-based learning provides flexible hours, uses free online materials and allows students to work at their pace.
(Placement Testing, Orientation and Post-testing are at the Beltline Education Center.)
A successful Online/E-Learning student will need to:
- Be a self-motivated learner who is comfortable using online courseware
- Take a reading placement test (TABE) and score on a high school level
- Attend an orientation session (which includes initial paperwork) at the Beltline Education Center
- Complete an official test every 30 days
High School Equivalency Program (HEP) for Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers and Immediate Family
HEP is made possible through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, and provides migrant and seasonal farm workers and immediate family with the necessary training to obtain the High School Equivalency diploma.
Learn more about HEP eligibility and admissions requirements