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GED/HSE Spring 2022 Enrollment

Opens Soon.

Free Classes 

Starting in January for

Yavapai, LaPaz & Mohave Counties.

All students must be legal U.S. residents and bring a picture I.D. on the first day of class.


Spring Class Schedule Coming Soon for January Classes. 

 

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FOR ONLINE CLASS (including LaPaz & Mohave County): Prior to the beginning of class

4-Step Enrollment: Registration, Pre-Assessment, Orientation Canvas, and Zoom Conference  

Each step is initiated by email. Zoom virtual sessions are strongly recommended.

FOR IN-PERSON CLASS: Orientation during the first 2 weeks of class.

3-Step Enrollment: Registration, Class Orientation, Pre-Assessment 

The first 2 weeks of class are REQUIRED in order to be fully enrolled.   

 

GED Spring Courses

Need Help with Registration? 

Call 928-776-2092

REGISTER HERE

Site/ Class Days/Times

Session Dates  

GED Subjects

Prescott Valley Campus

*In Person* 

   
Mon Wed       10:00 AM to 1:00 PM TBA Math, Science, Social Studies, Civics
Mon Wed        5:00 to 8:00 PM TBA Math, Science, Social Studies, Civics

Prescott Campus

*In Person* 

Tue Thur       10:00 AM to 1:00 PM TBA Math, Science, Social Studies, Writing, Civics
Tue Thur       5:00 to 8:00 PM TBA Math, Science, Social Studies, Writing, Civics

Verde Campus

*In Person* 

Mon Wed        1:00 to 4:00 PM TBA Math, Science, Social Studies, Writing, Civics
Mon Wed       5:00 to 8:00 PM TBA Math, Science, Social Studies, Writing, Civics

Online in ZOOM 

 Online  

 

Mon Wed       10:00 AM to 12:45 PM  TBA Math, Social Studies, Science
Tue Thur      5:00 to 6:15 PM TBA Math Only
Tue Thur      10:00 to 11:15 PM TBA Writing for the GED Essay
Reading Skills for the GED By Invitation Required for Low-intermediate Readers
Independent Study-GED Academy

Monthly Enrollment

Contact  Daniel.Halliday@yc.edu

  All GED Subjects-At Your Own Pace

REGISTER HERE

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If you are at least 16 years old, out of high school, and are a legal US resident, you are eligible to join us!

 Overview of GED Prep Classes

Whether in-person or online, our teachers are dedicated to helping you reach your goals. GED courses cover the essential GED topics relevant to passing the GED test.

GED Course Topics: Every GED class includes math instruction. GED math topics include whole number basics, pre-algebra, undertsanding graphics, and practice solving word problems. Higher math includes algebraic concepts, graphing & linear equations, geometry, and practice solving word problems.

Other courses include essential skills to pass the Science, Social Studies, and Civics tests and Writing in preparation for the passing the GED essay. Reading skills practice is required for those who need to strengthen vocabualry and comprehension. Tutoring for enrolled students is available.

GED: Our Virtual Classroom (Online class-also serving LaPaz and Mohave Counties)

Our GED online courses include a twice-weekly virtual Zoom classroom with an instructor. Teachers also meet individually with every student for goal setting, tutoring and coaching. Homework is required. Free GED practice testing is available. 

Our program offers several ways to prepare for the GED, college or career. Each non-credit class includes pre- and post-assessments, Official GED Practice Tests, and instruction which targets what you need to achieve your goals -- all our classes are all FREE and open to students with or without a high school diploma.