Avram Kronsberg, Jr
More than 66,000 adults in the Charleston region do not have a high school diploma. Without it, they are missing out on job opportunities and find themselves trapped in a cycle of poverty.
We provide a General Educational Development (GED) preparation program to equip adults with the skills they need to obtain their GED. Students progress through the program at their own pace, taking classes or participating in small group learning with a tutor.
Once students complete the GED preparation program, they are tested on four areas: mathematical reasoning, language arts, science and social studies. Students can take the official test at Trident Literacy Association or one of several official GED test centers in the tri-county area.
Registration is now closed, and our wait list is full. Our next New Student enrollment will be in January. Please check back in mid-December to complete the GED Pre-Registration Form so your name is on our list.
For More information, contact:
Stella Necker, Education Director