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Get Your GED

Student studies for GED
​Have you attended high school but never graduated? Have you been working but would like to show your supervisors that you want to learn more?
 
Get your GED degree! Getting your GED (General Educational Development) degree shows that you care about learning. And it indicates to your employer or future employers that you can set goals for yourself and achieve them. 

GED Training Classes 

All seven colleges of DCCCD offer courses that will prepare you to take the GED test. Classes are available at some colleges in Spanish.
 
Topics of GED training classes include:
 
  • Reading
  • Math
  • Writing
  • Science
  • Social Studies

 To find GED preparation classes: 

 You also can search for GED training classes online (Click on "Find CE/WT Classes"). 

How to Register for Classes

Once you have found the class you want to take, you have four ways to register for the class. Learn how to register.

GED Testing

Some of our colleges have testing sites where you can take the GED test:
 

You can find a complete list of testing sites at the website of the American Council on Education.

For more information, visit the Continuing Education offices at our colleges: