GED classes are designed for adults 16 years of age or older who have not earned their high school diploma and who are not currently enrolled in a school program. Instruction helps students prepare to take the General Educational Development Test (GED), administered by the state Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation, so they can receive their Maryland high school diploma. The test consists of five program areas: writing, social studies, science, literature, and mathematics.
Based on the results of their Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) pre-test scores (Reading 236 and Math 226), which the College administers, students will be advised to register for the next available GED class.
GED Program Components
- Classroom instruction – 120 hours
- Orientation sessions
- Life skills seminar and transition support services
- Individualized computer-aided instruction
- Test-taking strategies
- Official Practice Test (OPT)
- GED graduation ceremony
$80 (includes textbook and calculator)
Returning Students Tuition
Students may repeat the course until successful. Tuition is $45 for students repeating a course taken within the previous six months. For returning students, the textbook and/or calculator are paid for separately, if needed.
410-986-5435 or 410-986-5444