GED® classes are for adults, age 16 and older, who want to improve their skills and prepare for the GED® tests

Before taking classes, students are assessed to determine their needs and appropriate coursework. Students also have the opportunity to meet with an academic advisor to determine whether the GED®, High School 21+, or another high school completion option is the best path to success. 

What classes are available?

Students take classes that focus on the content of the four GED® tests. All GED® students are also required to take Career Pathways, a class that requires students to identify a career goal and coaches students on the specific steps they need to take toward that goal while they study for the GED®

  • Science
  • US History/Washington State History
  • Language Arts 
  • Career Pathways
  • Basic Math
  • Pre-Algebra
  • Algebra/Geometry

Daytime and evening classes are offered. Most classes are blended with our High School 21+ program, so students taking GED® coursework always have the option of switching between those programs depending on whichever option better serves their needs. 

How does GED® testing work?

You can on our main campus through the Student Assessment Services office. Information about the GED®, how to register for the test, and more can be found on the Student Assessment Services GED®Testing page

How do I get started?

Call 206-934-5363 to sign up for an orientation. Orientations take place before our fall, winter and spring academic quarters and typically are scheduled in September, December, and March. 

For additional information, contact any of the people below.

 GED® Contact Information
  GED® Advisor   Kara Schwartz  (206) 934-5392
  GED® Faculty Coordinator   Jon Nachman  (206) 934-5813