Adult Education and GED testing services previously administered by Grand Rapids Public Schools, are now being administered by the Kent Intermediate School District (KISD). Please contact Oogie Lamar at KISD, for further information. The General Education Development (GED) program helps adult students earn their high school equivalency certificate. Teachers help students age 18 or older prepare for the GED test in four subjects: Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts. Students learn from teachers in class and online with computer programs.
The minimum testing age in Wyoming is 18 years old. You may not test if you are currently enrolled in school or have received an accredited high school diploma. If you are 16 or 17 you may request an age waiver for testing. No, Wyoming doesn’t require you to prepare for the GED ® test in an adult education classroom. Kent ISD Adult Education, Wyoming, Michigan. likes · talking about this. GED and ESL Classes in 2 locations: Wyoming and Grand Rapids.
Wyoming’s eight Adult Education (AE) programs have a long history of serving the people of Wyoming through AE instruction and High School Equivalency preparation programs. These programs are integral parts in a continuum of education consistent with the mission of community colleges, and benefit from the administrative support structure and the investment of resources . Adult Education Classes The purpose of the Zeeland/Holland Education Program is to assist students in reaching their educational goal and to prepare them for their next step in education and/or employment. We offer free classes for students to earn a GED Certificate. We also offer free ESL classes for students to learn English.