• General Education Development (GED®)

     

    Penn State University:

     

    ·      Earn a high school diploma by taking and passing 4 assessments (Math, Reasoning through Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies).

    ·      GED® graduates earn an average of $9300 per year more than non-graduates.

    ·      82% of learners with a goal obtained their GED® (PA State standard is 77%)*

    ·      40% of learners gained employment (PA state standard is 36%)*

    ·      31% transitioned to college or training programs (PA state standard is 15%)*

    ·      90% of enrolled learners either made educational skill gains in math, reading, or language; obtained a high school diploma; found a job; kept a job; or transitioned to college or training program.

    * Pennsylvania Department of Education data from Program Year 2012/2013

    To register for classes, please call or e-mail:

    Lycoming County                                                                Centre County
    Ruth Love-Schooley                                                              Michael McCarty
    ral27@psu.edu                                                                     mdm151@psu.edu
    570-601-5936                                                                      814-863-9333

    For additional information about the program, please contact:

    Mike Vail
    Director, Career Pathways
    814-867-1405, mjv15@psu.edu

     

    Central Intermediate Unit

    ·      Classes and books are offered free of cost!

    ·      Classes offered in Centre, Clearfield, and Clinton counties

    ·      For more information and to register for classes, please call 814-954-4679

    ·      Tests are offered through the Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology (CPI): 814-359-2793

Last Modified on November 6, 2019