High school graduates throwing their mortarboards in the air

It is never too late to start again! You may have made decisions in your youth that you now regret. Your illness may have kept you from finishing things that you began. Family obligations could have kept you from your dream. Whatever the case, there is no time like the present to get that high school diploma. Just imagine the feeling of holding that diploma with your name on it. See yourself showing it to the people that you love. Feel the feeling of accomplishment that comes from achieving something that was long denied.

FYI: In January 2014 the GED will be a new and different exam, and will only be given online.

Open the door to your future by clicking on the following links:

GED program overview and testing requirements

GED Fact Sheet:  Michigan Department of Education

GED classes at Ann Arbor Technological High School

Washtenaw Literacy Organization

Ann Arbor Public Schools GED Program

GED classes in Ypsilanti

Recommended book on how to pass the GED

Ann Arbor Adult Education Center
This center offers free GED Preparation classes by the semester, starting in February and in September.  Call and ask to speak to a counselor about GED Preparation classes.  After your GED classes, the center will point you to the Washtenaw Intermediate School District GED Testing Center ((734) 994-8100) where you can take the GED test.  If you would like to take the test and not take the classes you can call both places for information.
Address: 2800 Stone School Road, Ann Arbor
Phone: (734) 971-2665

Online GED Preparation & High School Completion
Website contains free GED practice questions and study tips.
Website: http://www.gedprepinfo.com

WCC Adult Transitions-GED Plus
For a skill building course or info.
Phone: (734) 677-5006
Website: www4.wccnet.edu/resources/

 Willow Run High School Community Education
This center offers counseling and advice to adults considering getting a high school diploma or their GED.  You can meet with a counselor and talk about all of your options.
Address: 1800 E. Forest, Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Phone: (734) 481-8348  (ask for the Adult Education Counselor)

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