GED / High School Equivalency Diploma
Spartanburg County Adult Education's High School Equivalency classes prepare students to pass the four sections of the GED Assessment - Reasoning Through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics.
Classes are taught by certified teachers in both individualized and whole group settings. Courses of study are personalized to meet each students' specific strengths and weaknesses, which are determined by the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) upon enrolling in class.
Students also have access to Spartanburg County Adult Education's College and Career Navigator who assists students with job searches, filling out job applications, applying to college, assistance with FAFSA completion which is required for financial aid, and many other college and career services. Click here for more information about college and career readiness.
Scholarships are available for Spartanburg County Adult Education students to assist in paying for the GED Assessment.
Childcare vouchers and transportation assistance are also available for students who qualify.
Returning to school can be intimidating, and sometimes it is hard to know where to start. We are here to help you at every step along the way!
Follow the links below for information about each GED test.