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High School Equivalency (GED) Enrollment

High School Re-engagement

Formerly known as the GED, the high school equivalency consists of four subjects: 


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Basic Math


Basic Algebra

Graphs and Functions

Reasoning Through
Language Arts

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Reading for Meaning

Identifying and Creating Arguments

Grammar and Language


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Reading for Meaning in Science

Designing and Interpreting Science Experiments

Using Numbers and Graphics in Science

Social Studies

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Reading for Meaning in Social Studies

Analyzing Historical Events and Arguments in Social Studies

Using Numbers and Graphs in Social Studies

With a passing score of 145 per subject, you'll attain a diploma and promote your ability to select jobs with higher wages. ‚ÄčAssessment, instruction, and testing are available for all young adults ages 16-24.

Our classroom is operated in partnership with the following agencies and their programs:

The Education Team at the Next Generation Zone provides direct support to students that have previously dropped out of school. Our students can expect the following:

  • A dedicated case manager for education counseling
  • A dedicated career specialist for job-related support and needs


Career Success

Your Passport to Career Success will take you step-by-step on your journey to a career. Plan your Adventure, Learn the Language, Prepare your Travel Tools, and Take Off on your ultimate adventure!

Continue on to the Passport for the entire adventure.