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General Education Development (GED)

GED classes prepare adult students to learn or review basic high school subjects. Classes are offered by SPCC both on and off campus. Students are assessed with a practice GED test, which qualifies them to take the official GED test offered twice per month at SPCC. Students study in five areas - writing skills, social studies, science, reading and mathematics.

The GED diploma is an excellent way for adults 18 and older to find their way to better paying jobs and higher education. Millions of adults have earned their GED, which is accepted at all community colleges.

Contact:

 Jerry Caudle
Jerry Caudle
704-290-5814
jcaudle@spcc.edu

How to enroll
AHS or GED?
Basic Skills placement testing and orientation