General Education Diploma Prep Classes
The GED (General Education Diploma) Test measures your knowledge and academic skills against those of today’s traditional high school graduates.
A GED documents that you have high school-level academic skills. About 96 percent of U.S. employers accept the GED as equal to a traditional high school diploma, according to recent studies. If your reason for taking the GED Test is to go on to college or a postsecondary training, then you are not alone. Upon receiving your GED, NACEE can assist you in continuing your education through the Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) program.
NACEE provides free prep classes that help individuals obtain a GED. Other services available include:
- Convenient hours, including evening classes
- Work at your own pace
- Instructor Assistance
Any individual 18 years or older is eligible to take the GED Test. Individuals that are 16 or 17 years old will need a notarized letter from their parent giving consent, and also an official letter of withdrawal from the last school they attended.
Our general services are free, but specialized services and books for prep classes may require a fee. All information remains confidential.
For more information, call (256) 372-4600.