Upcoming Orientation Dates
General Educational Development
|Mon - Thurs||8 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Wednesday||8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|
Transitional Programs Office
5205 Foss Building
16101 Greenwood Ave. N
Shoreline, WA 98133
|What is the GED test?|
|How can I study for the GED?|
|How to pass the GED|
|Overview of the GED|
Cost Per Quarter
$90 - $190 (estimated)
General Educational Development, or "GED," is a certificate to prove that the test-taker has high-school level academic skills.
Starting in January, 2014, the GED will include four tests instead of the former five and reflect national Common Core State Standards. The four tests are in Reasoning, Math, Science and Social Studies. The new tests are offered only on computer.
How can Shoreline prepare me for the GED?
Eligibility for the GED and ABE classes
In order to take GED classes you must be:
Morning and afternoon classes meet daily, Monday through Friday, for 10 hours per week.
Evening classes meet 5 hours per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Sign up for the GED Preparation or ABE classes
Visit our office or call (206) 546-5827. There are more than eight start dates per year.
To sign up for just the GED test (and not the GED preparation class), please contact the Testing Center.
For the GED Preparation Class, students are required to attend a 3 hour orientation session prior to enrolling in the GED class. This session includes: