What Do Classes Cost?
The Adult Education program is funded by state and federal grants. However, there is a $25 student fee. The only other cost involved are the testing fees.
Supplied at No Charge:
You just have to attend the class and work, work, work. It will be worth the effort.
GED Prep Distance Education/online classes are available for those who cannot attend face-to-face classes. These classes are a "hybrid" class. A combination of online and face-to-face. Students must complete orientation successfully to be placed into the Distance Ed course. A minimum of 15 hours work per week is required online. All testing is done face-to-face. Contact Kaitlyn Bogart at 620-441-5335 for additional information or to pre-register for classes.
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