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GED

Adult students 18 years or older can prepare to take the GED test in order to earn a Florida High School Diploma.

Students, ages 16 to 17, who want to take the GED test may attend an approved under-age GED program.

The GED program is for students who do not have a high school diploma, have legally withdrawn for a traditional K-12 school, and score at the high school level on the TABE placement assessment.

Courses include Language Arts Writing, Language Arts Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies.

GED classes are available in a comfortable classroom setting or online.

For more information please contact the District Resource Teacher: at 813-231-1660.  Or by email at:  willie.eller@sdhc.k12.fl.us 

For Online GED information, click here.  

For GED testing information please contact the GED Testing Office or click here.