ABLE/GED & Basic Skills classes are free of charge and available to everyone! Classes focus on improving reading, math, writing, science and social studies skills. They are appropriate for anyone preparing to take the GED test or for those who just
need to sharpen their basic skills for workplace advancement or higher education. Those who complete their GED are invited to participate in our Graduation Ceremony!
We offer new student orientations once a month at our five main sites: Vanguard, Sentinel, Ottawa County Resource Centre, Ida Rupp Public Library in Port Clinton, and Fostoria City Schools. PEAK Industries in Fremont holds orientations every Monday and Wednesday. During orientation, students complete paperwork, examine their learning styles, set goals, and take assessments to determine academic strengths and weaknesses. Once this is complete, students enter the class and conference with their instructors to determine their individual learning plan. Call a local learning center to schedule and attend an orientation: Fremont (419.334.6901 ext. 2701 or ext. 2703), Tiffin (419.448.5084), Oak Harbor and Port Clinton (419.960.2025), Fostoria (419.436.4163), or PEAK (419.355.1750).
Clyde Public Library
FOCUS-Terra State CC, Fremont
Fostoria Jr./Sr. High
Ida Rupp Public Library, Port Clinton
Ottawa County Resource Centre, Oak Harbor
Owens ESOL, Findlay
PEAK Industries, Fremont
GED ONLINE PREPARATION (DISTANCE EDUCATION)
Call 419.334.6901 ext. 2703 for more information
Study online to improve academic skills or prepare for the GED test.
-Online material available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
-Set your own study schedule
-Instructor guided curriculum
2014 TEST INFORMATION
COMPUTER BASED TESTING
GED APPLICATION PROCESS
OHIO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
GED TEST VOUCHER
OHIO provides first time 2014 Computer Based GED® test takers a voucher worth up to $80. To be eligible to receive the voucher, participants must contact a Career-Technical Planning District (CTPD) for career and educational guidance prior to scheduling and paying for the 2014 Computer Based GED® test. The purpose of this career and educational guidance is to provide information about additional career and educational programming to help participants to transition into postsecondary education, training and employment.
For more information on receiving a voucher through the Vanguard-Sentinel CTPD, please call 419.334.6901 ext. 2703 or see information in your myged.com account.
Interested GED test-takers can find more information by contacting one of our learning centers: Fremont (419.334.6901 ext. 2703), Tiffin (419.448.5084), Fostoria (419.436.4163), or Oak Harbor and Port Clinton (419.960.2025).
GED TEST TRANSCRIPT
State GED Office
Ohio Department of Education
25 S. Front Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215-4183
Toll Free: 877.644.6338
Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:45 PM
ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL) CLASSES
To register, call 419.436.4163
Classes are FREE and offered on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:30-11:30 AM or 6:30-8:30 PM at Owens Community College in Findlay. Classes are taught to adults who wish to learn basic written and spoken English. Classes improve reading comprehension, conversational and written English skills. During the first night of class, you will attend orientation and take a placement test. This will tell you what levels you are coming into class.
FOCUS - Offered at Terra State Community College, this FREE course helps students to be successful on the ACCUPLACER Placement Test and in college. This "Bridge Program" is intended to prepare students to enter and succeed in a post-secondary degree or certificate program. Each section will run in 8-week blocks throughout the semester, so students can prepare accordingly! For more information, call 419.334.6901, ext. 2703.
RESOURCES FOR ABLE/GED & BASIC SKILLS STUDENTS
Click here to access useful websites
Click here to go to the Department of Higher Education
Click here to go to Ohio Means Jobs