High School Equivalency Diploma
With multiple pathways to the High School Equivalency Diploma and more than 10 locations, we can design an educational plan that will fit your needs.
High-School Equivalency Classes
High School Equivalency classes are offered at no cost to the student and are available year round. Classes cover material from first to twelfth grade and include all five topics of the TASC test (reading, writing, science, social studies, and math). Students are assigned to class based on their current skill level, so no one ever feels overwhelmed by material that is too difficult, or bored by material that is too easy.
Through association with the Orleans/Niagara BOCES Literacy Zones, our client’s barriers can be identified, skills can be remediated, and goals can be addressed and achieved – leading to a life of self-sufficiency and success.
Giving Ready Adults a Study Program (GRASP)
Allows students to study for the TASC test at home by utilizing customized curriculum aligned according to students’ needs by experienced adult education instructors
Approved by New York State Education Department as a distance learning High School Equivalency program providing that you are 21 years of age or older, and demonstrate a minimum reading level of 9.0 or higher on the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE).
National External Diploma Program (NEDP)
Students complete a portfolio of competencies that parallel job and real-life. Students will achieve mastery in all competencies and complete an occupational or specialized skill before being awarded their High School Equivalency Diploma.
Approved by New York State Education Department as a distance learning High School Equivalency program providing that students demonstrate a minimum reading and math level of 9.0 or higher on the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE), must demonstrate passing level on CASAS reading, writing, and math tests, must be available to meet in person once per week.