General Educational Development, or "GED," is a certificate to prove that the test-taker has high-school level academic skills. The GED certificate includes four online exams reflecting the national Common Core State Standards. The four test subjects are:
- Reasoning through Language Arts
- Social Studies
To help you get your GED certificate Shoreline offers Adult Basic Education (ABE) classes.
In order to take the classes you must:
- Attend an ABE/GED/HS21+ orientation session
- Be at least 16 years old
- Not be enrolled in a high school
- If you are an ESL student, pass ESL level 6 or higher
How do I get started?
- General information about GED Preparation and other high school completion options
- An introduction to what to expect in GED Preparation classes
- An overview of the GED tests and scoring
- Completion of your registration paperwork
- reading and math assessment to determine student skill levels
Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters
- Daytime classes meet Monday through Thursday
- Evening classes meet Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 p.m. - 8:50 p.m.
- Classes meet Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
What are options for high school equivalency at Shoreline?