The Family Program at TGP provides assistance with child supervision while parents or caregivers attend GED classes or work on goals with the Education and Employment Case Manager. While a parent or legal guardian is attending class or testing, their children can have supervised play in the family area at no cost.
Please note that parents and legal guardians must remain in the building while their children are in the family area.
High School Equivalency (also known as the GED Program) is currently being offered Monday through Thursday from 9am to 11:30am. The classes are free to attend and provide instruction in mathematics, reading, writing, social studies, and science in hopes of preparing students for passing their High School Equivalency (HSE) exams.
Intake Information and Process
Intake and enrollment for the classes will happen each quarter (around the beginning of January, April, July, and October). As part of the intake and registration process, students will complete two subject-based assessments that are used to gauge where a student is at academically. Closer to the beginning of each quarter we will have more information for the exact dates and times for the intake assessments and registration.
High School Equivalency Testing
When participants are ready to take their High School Equivalency Exam (HiSET Exam or GED Test), the testing is also free.
What to Learn More?
Contact the Education and Job Readiness Team at 303-996-9035 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or come visit us in the Education and Job Readiness classroom on the 3rd floor of The Gathering Place. We look forward to talking with you!