Do you want to earn your high school diploma to qualify for a job, to set a good example for your children, or to achieve a long-held goal? Now is the time.
GED courses are individualized, allowing students to progress at their own rates. The courses prepare students for the following five areas of the GED Exam: reading, writing, social studies, science, and math. The program begins with an orientation and assessment to recommend classes and project the time required to reach graduation, which will vary depending on individual content mastery and the amount of time each student dedicates to study and practice. The course content will be taught in a career context. The keys to success include: attendance at every session; persistence; and willingness to use the mentors, childcare, and the practice computers, all of which are available on an as-needed basis.
The orientation session will be at the Municipal Building on December 10, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Classes will begin on January 8, 2013 and conclude on April 23, 2013. The GED classes will be taught by Chesapeake College staff in the Rock Hall Municipal Building auditorium. Students completing the course and passing the GED exam will receive a Maryland High School Diploma. The course will be offered at no charge to Kent County residents and is open to anyone who is not currently attending high school. The Rock Hall GED Program remains committed to helping students overcome barriers to completing their high school diploma. Computers in the municipal building; tutors and mentors; child care; and transportation to Chesapeake College for the final GED exam will be provided.
December 10, 2012: Orientation and Placement Tests: All interested studentsare to attend this session to learn about the program requirements and to complete placement tests.
January 8, 2013:Beginning of classes for the second semester.
To sign up or for additional info, please contact:
Mary Etta Reedy
Act now call 410-639-9008 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat. Your future is calling. What will you do when you have your diploma?