GED & Adult General Education Overview
GED and Adult General Education Classes help prepare adult learners for the GED Test as well as pre-college study. Skills learned in these courses can also lead students to entering college, meeting prerequisites for college classes, gaining employment opportunities, and improving skills needed in the workplace. Reading, writing, math, critical thinking, and general academic development are taught through a variety of means.
Passing the GED opens doors for higher-paying jobs and enrollment in community colleges, vocational or technical colleges, apprenticeship programs, and most four-year colleges and universities. Having a GED allows one to apply for federal financial aid to help pay for college or vocational/technical school programs.
Adults with GEDs or high school diplomas, who want to improve their basic math, writing, and reading skills, as well as those wanting to improve their workplace skills will benefit from these classes. Once enrolled in a GED/Adult General Education Class, students can set goals and focus attention on areas of their individual needs. There is a strong commitment to finding the best way for each student to learn most effectively. Those who have been out of school for some time will find a relaxed, supportive environment in which to start studying again.
Students 16 or 17 years of age are welcome to attend GED classes with official authorization form from the Linn-Benton-Lincoln County Educational Service District. To obtain the official authorization please visit www.lblesd.k12.or.us/homeschool/. Parents/guardians must fill out and sign the form and return it to the school district. Authorization papers will be sent back to you within 1-2 weeks. Authorization approval documentation forms must be presented at orientation or the first day of class.
We also offer GED/Basic Skills classes in Spanish during certain terms. Check the most recent Course Schedule for class availability.
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GED & Adult General Education Orientations
Formal orientations are available during the first half of Fall, Winter, and Spring terms, but enrollment remains open throughout the entire term for students to join whenever they like. To set up an off-week orientation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know you'd like to join the GED program.