GED/Adult Basic Education
ABE/GED/BASIC SKILLS Class Schedule for Adults
Room E201, 2nd floor, HLWW Middle School, 8700 County Road 6 SW, Howard Lake. Use Community Education entrance lower level east side parking lot, take the elevator to 2nd floor
Start class anytime - no fee
Work with a teacher, make an education plan, complete schoolwork using reference books and computers.
Skills assessments and pretests.
Small group preparation in all five GED test areas.
Basic Skills (ABE)
Strengthen important basic skills in math, reading, communication, and basic technology.
GED Diploma Preparation
Must be 16 years or older and not enrolled in public education.
Job Skills Enhancement
Develop job-seeking skills using the internet, completing applications, and resume writing.
What is the G.E.D?
The General Educational Development tests (GED tests) give you an opportunity to earn a high school equivalency diploma - a credential recognized as a key to employment opportunities, advancement, and further education.
Even though you have not finished high school, you probably have gained knowledge and skills through experience, reading, and informal training. The GED tests are designed to measure the important knowledge and skills, usually learned during four years of high school, that may have been obtained in a different manner.
How do I get started?
Pick the site and day that fit your schedule. Registrations are ongoing.
Howard Lake: 320-543-4670, Thursdays 6-8:30 pm, Middle School, Howard Lake
Additional Sites-see West ABE Consortium members listed on the sidebar
The WEST ABE GED testing center in Monticello
WEST ABE offers GED testing at Eastview Family Center in Monticello. To schedule a testing session, visit GED.com, and register an account.
Call 763-272-2040 for more information.
i-Pathways Online GED Preparation
For more information e-mail Cheryl at email@example.com.