Get Your High School Diploma!
Together, we help you prepare for the test.
Not sure that getting a high school diploma is worth the effort? Here are just two reasons to earn your GED or HiSET:
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics, workers with a high school diploma earn 39 percent more on average than those without a diploma.
The children of parents who have completed high school score higher on vocabulary tests than children of parents without a diploma.
Earning your diploma is a great step forward for you and those around you. We'll help you to prepare to excel in:
Reading and Writing
Frequently Asked Questions
Our services are free to adults.
All the books you will need for this course are provided free of charge. If there are any additional materials you feel you need you will be expected to purchase them on your own
Usually we have one hour sessions 1-2 times per week
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, all programs are online via Skype, Zoom, and iPhones via What's App, Google Meet. Days and times are arranged between you and your tutor
Preparing for the GED test is different for each student. It depends on where you are starting from and the pace you can work at. Your tutor will help you measure your progress and know when you are ready to take the test.
There are no extra supplies needed to study for the science lessons.
Both the GED and the HiSET tests help you earn your high school diploma. Some states accept one test or the other. A few states, such as California, accept both.
Both tests cover the same subjects but are structured slightly differently. The GED contains four sections while the HiSET has five.
The GED costs $95 to take the test. The HiSET costs $85.
The GED is a computer-based test. The HISET is available in both computer-based and paper-based versions.
If the change is a temporary one, the tutor will rearrange the schedule. If it is a permanent change and your tutor cannot reschedule her time, we will find you another tutor.
Normally, if children are under the age of 7, we ask you to have someone watch your children during the class so there are no interruptions.