High School Equivalency Preparation
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:
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, all classes are available online.
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 a virtual orientation session (which includes registration paperwork) with the online Intake Specialist.
- 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 farmworkers and immediate family with the necessary training to obtain the High School Equivalency diploma.
- View HEP eligibility and admissions requirements
- Read about the College & Career Readiness Programs Attendance Expectations
- Graduation Information