Do You Need To Finish What You Started In High School And Get Your Diploma?  Imagine gaining confidence, respect, and opportunities.  Imagine the feeling of success when you complete what you started and receive your high school equivalency diploma...... The General Educational Development (GED) Program is designed to help you accomplish this. 


The mission of the General Educational Development (GED) Program is to provide instruction in the basic skills of reading, writing, mathematics, general science, social studies and computer literacy to adult learners or early high school leavers in order to prepare them for transition into the labor market or higher academic or vocational training. 



Synopsis
The General Educational Development (GED) Diploma Program is an adult literacy program that provides instruction in;


  •  Basic Reading
  •  Writing
  •  Language Arts
  •  Mathematics
  •  General Science
  •  Social Studies
  •  Computer Literacy


The GED Diploma Program serves learners with no literacy skills or limited literacy skills below 9th grade level.  


The General Educational Development (GED) Diploma classes are designed for adults who are already proficient in the English language, not enrolled in high school, and who wish to improve basic skills in reading, writing, mathematics, general science, social studies  and basic computer literacy skills.


This program is designed for those students who did not complete high school and not ready to sit the BJC or BGCSE exams.  


Curriculum

Instructors will follow the Ministry of Education's Junior High School curriculum.  They will also follow Cyber Tech Training Centre’s course outline for Computer Literacy for Beginners.  

Course Length: Nine Months (Three Semester) Students must attend three Semesters to receive their Diploma


Entry Periods:  September and January  
Students entering in September will complete the program in June.   Students entering in January will complete the program in December after breaking for the summer.


Cost: $825.00/Term 



General Educational Development (GED)