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Adult Education & GED

New student orientation

Our Fall orientation registration is now open! Discover the roadmap to success, connect with peers, and access vital tools that will pave the way to achieving your GED.

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Students making a change 

What we offer

Experience the power of transformation through our trusted solutions, designed to keep you encouraged in pursuing your goals.

High School Equivalency Diploma (GED)

Reading comprehension skills 

Job prospects and earning potential 

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Schedule an online tutoring session

Are you facing challenges in a particular subject? Our experienced online tutors are ready to provide personalized support tailored to your needs.

Get one-on-one help with your GED

Embrace the journey of earning your GED, where each step forward not only boosts your confidence but also lays the foundation for a brighter future.

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How to get your GED with us

1

Go to Orientation

Attend orientation to learn about the GED program, understand the requirements, and get acquainted with the supportive learning environment.

2

Create a Plan

Complete the intake form provided during the orientation, providing essential information about yourself and your educational background to help LCA tailor the program to your specific needs.

3

Take an Assesment Test

This assessment is designed to gauge your current educational level and provide the foundation for a tailored success plan, ensuring that every step you take is a step toward achieving your goals.

4

Study, Study, Study

Dedicate time and effort to studying the GED curriculum, utilizing the comprehensive materials, resources, and guidance from experienced instructors.

5

Take your First Test

We will schedule your first GED exam at LCA's authorized testing center, putting your knowledge to the test and taking a significant step towards earning your GED credential.

We are here to help you pass

In order to get your GED you will need to get a 145-200  in the following subjects.

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Feel confident in your reading skills

Lay the groundwork for better comprehension and communication in reading through our skillfully designed program, empowering your learning journey.

Improved everyday communication

Expanded educational opportunities

Enhanced critical thinking and problem-solving

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Get to know your instructors

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"When I'm not topping the leaderboards in the latest video game, I'm helping students achieve their goals in a wide range of subjects, from math to reading to career success. What drew me to the LCA is their dedication to fostering independence and the foundational skills to help you in every aspect of your life, not just school.

 

My passion for helping students break through the barriers that have kept them from academic success and the LCA's deep commitment to each and every student are a match made in heaven, so let's level up your education and beyond - together!"

Bette Smith

Lead Instructor 

Hear from one of our graduates

FAQ

  • Is there a cost to attend the Orientation?
    No, Orientation is FREE to anyone.
  • How long does it take to earn a GED?
    The timeframe for earning a GED varies for each individual based on their prior knowledge and study habits. Our staff are here to provide guidance and support throughout the process.
  • Do I need to bring anything before Orientation?
    Yes, ensure you have your photo ID with you. If you're under 18, remember to bring a withdrawal slip from your previous school. Having a parent or legal guardian present is required for the paperwork. We also encourage you to bring any of your loved ones to join you!
  • How much are Adult Education/GED Classes?
    The Adult Education/GED Program charges $25/per month for GED study hall. There are no tuition fees for participating in the program. Information on financial assistance options, is available for anyone in need of assistance.
  • Are there any age restrictions for joining the program?
    You must be at least 16 years old to enroll in the Adult Education Program. It is open to individuals of all ages who are looking to earn their GED, improve their reading skills, or enhance their digital literacy.
  • Can I get assistance with job placement or career guidance?
    Career guidance and job placement support may be available through local resources and partnerships. It is advisable to inquire with the program coordinator for information on career services available in your area.
  • Can I attend the program if I have a criminal record?
    Yes, individuals with a criminal record are welcome to participate in the adult education program. The program focuses on providing educational opportunities and support for all individuals regardless of their background.

Get in touch

For questions about registering in the Adult Education / GED Program please call us at (907) 456-6212

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