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Not be enrolled in a public K-12 school, a private K-12 school, a church school or a private tutor program registered with the Alabama Department of Education. Not have earned a secondary school diploma from a public school or a private school registered with the Alabama Department of Education. ** Alabama residency is required for applicants under eighteen (18) years of age.
NOTE: Those awarded the Alabama Occupational Diploma (AOD) as defined in §290-3-1-.02(8) (g) of the Alabama State Board of Education Administrative Code are eligible to take the GED Test, and III. GED Scholarship GED recipients are eligible to participate in a tuition scholarship program, Alabama GED Scholarship (AGS).
Applications may be obtained by contacting the College’s Office of Adult Education at [email protected] 205.391.2662 or 877.643.3272.
Adult Education and General Educational Development (GED) Classes The course of study and materials are designed specifically to prepare adult learners to pass the GED test and earn their high school equivalency diploma.
The GED test covers four subject areas: language arts, social studies, science, and mathematics.
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