The High School Equivalency program prepares students who wish to earn a high school equivalency through individualized instruction in community location classes and on the Caldwell and Watauga campuses.
The 2014 GED® Test consists of four content areas:
GED® 2014 specific information is available on the GED Testing Center website at www.gedtestingservice.com/educators/2014test
Applicants for the High School Equivalency program on the Caldwell campus should call 828.726.2230 to obtain a registration packet and to make an appointment with an advisor to start the enrollment process. Watauga applicants may call 828.297.5253 to receive enrollment and registration information
Students who are 18 years old and younger must complete a Minor Permission Form before being allowed to enroll in any Adult Education class. Students can either pickup the Minor Permission Form in person at the Adult Education reception desk in G Building (Caldwell) along with their enrollment packet or in the Adult Education Center (Watauga). Please call 828.726.2230 (Caldwell) or 828.297.5253 (Watauga) to have the form mailed. Instructions for completing the form
Minors 16-17 years of age that hold a current driver’s license must meet specific requirements to keep their license valid. The student must maintain good academic standing and attend class a minimum of 60 hours per month.
The High School Equivalency Graduation is held in May of each year. It is the highlight of our spring for both students, faculty and staff.
Friends and family members of our graduates join us at the J.E. Broyhill Civic Center in Lenoir, North Carolina to watch their loved ones cross the stage in cap and gown to receive their High School Equivalency certificate.