Earn Your High School Equivalency (GED)2021-08-26T15:40:38-05:00

EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY (GED)

START YOUR FUTURE TODAY!

We offer High School Equivalency (GED) test preparation in both English and Spanish. Our proven individualized curriculum produces the highest completion rates in Bexar county. The average student completes our program in 6-12 months. 80% of our graduates go on to career training, college, or employment within a year of finishing.

FIND YOUR PATHWAY

We help you prepare for all four sections of the GED exam on a schedule that works best for you. Take your exams when you are ready!

Prepárate para el examen de GED totalmente en Español. Ofrecemos tutoría en un horario flexible. ¡Toma los exámenes cuando estés listo!

We offer an accelerated 8-week GED Now class. We also offer Dual-Enrollment program. Complete your first semester of college while finishing your GED!

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General Expectations

  • Students are required to log in a minimum of 8 hours a week and must complete 40 hours within two months.
  • Students are required to take a baseline test and a progress test.
  • Students must take GED Practice tests at the end of their curriculum.
  • Learning materials, instruction, and one test voucher per subject of the GED are free to students.
  • Students must complete all enrollment steps.

KEY FEATURES

STARTING YOUR JOURNEY

Students learn more about what to expect on their journey as they set goals for the future. We make sure you are fully prepared for the classroom, that you have access to all the learning materials, and connect you with your instructor. We understand that completing your GED is just the starting point, and we want to support you on your journey to either college or career.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can I take the GED test for free?2021-08-26T10:59:49-05:00

You will receive one free test voucher for each of the four GED exam subjects. If you do not pass a section of the exam, you will be responsible for the cost of retaking the section.

Is attending college free as a dual enrollment student?2021-08-26T10:59:49-05:00

Dual students must apply for financial aid for tuition support. All college tuition is the responsibility of the student. Restore Education does not provide direct college tuition assistance.

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