GED Class Registration Dates And Class Schedule
RETURNING STUDENT REGISTRATION
Please come to the Adult Basic Education reception desk to register. Classes are ongoing.
ORIENTATION SCHEDULE FOR NEW STUDENTS
All new students must attend 12 hours of orientation before starting classes (4 sessions over two Friday-Saturdays; each session is 3 hours long).
Orientation starts on April 5.
Room 568, next to the library at SFCC
Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
You do not need to reserve a place, but be on time!
Bring a pencil and paper.
Once you complete 4 orientation sessions, you will meet with an adviser to talk about your educational and career goals and make a schedule of classes.
OFF-SITE CLASSES WITH OPEN ENROLLMENT
Hopewell Community Center, 1800 Espinacitas Street
Classes: Monday-Thursday, 2-3:30 p.m. 954-1238
Classes are offered at convenient times throughout the day and evening. For more information regarding class schedule or for any other information, please call 428-1356.
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION OFFICE HOURS
Monday, Tuesday: 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Thursday: 8 a.m-7 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
We're located next to the library at SFCC.
For more information call, 505-428-1356
Classes are conducted in short term sessions. This does not necessarily mean that you will be done in a few weeks! This is a good time to evaluate your progress and continue towards your goal! We only admit students at the beginning of a session.
We offer of a variety of instruction delivery modes:
- Group Instruction: Everyone is working on the same subject. More of a traditional classroom setting.
- Independent Study: You are working at your own speed, on subjects you need to work on, with the help of the instructor. In this structured class, your teacher is always available to help you if you have any questions or just need an explanation of the material. Independent Study is recommended if you only need to work on one subject or perhaps you need more individualized attention.
- Computer Assisted Instruction: A computer lab is available for some classes. The instructor will assist students on the computer programs but also is available for support with books and board work.
For more information, please contact The Adullt Basic Education Office, 505-428-1356, email@example.com.