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High School Completion Orientation

Free

with Trudy Martin

Jan 6, 2017 at 9 am, runs for 23 weeks

Orientation introduces learners to our high school completion program, including creating a learning plan, assessing learning styles and setting goals. After the orientation session, students then enter into the program of their choice (Adult Diploma or HiSET).

 

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HISET Math/Science/Social Studies

Free

with Trudy Martin

Jan 4, 2017 at 10:45 am, runs for 25 weeks

Individual and group math and science lessons are customized; this is an opportunity to learn, practice, and apply essential skills while receiving invaluable test taking tips.

Must first meet with a student advisor to complete an intake and assessments. Call 422-4794 to set up an appointment.

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HiSET Prep:Math/Career Infused

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with Trudy Martin

Jul 1, 2016 at 9 am, runs for 49 weeks
This is a course designed to help students prepare for the HiSET math exams. The content covered will depend on the needs of the students enrolled.

Full Course
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HiSET Prep:Science

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with Trudy Martin

Jul 1, 2016 at 9 am, runs for 49 weeks
Individual or small group tutoring/prep for the HiSET Science official test

meet with student advisor and do CASAS assessments

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Math and Technology Lab

Free

with Trudy Martin

Jan 6, 2017 at 9:30 am, runs for 20 weeks

The Math and Technology Lab is an opportunity for enrolled students to seek support for any math, distance learning or technology courses they are taking in our program. Our distance learning students can use this time to work on their courses with staff available to help as needed.

 

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Reading and Writing: Non-fiction for Career and College Session 1

Free

with Phil Wormuth

Jan 17, 2017 at 2:45 pm, runs for 9 weeks

This reading/writing-intensive course is designed to help students develop critical thinking and analytical skills in order to read and understand complex texts. Prepare for career or college by building skills that will allow you to get the job you want in your field or enroll in college classes. An estimated forty-percent of those attending community college are required to take remedial courses; this course will help you move beyond that level. Explore the genre of non-fiction by reading autobiographies and biographies, essays, articles, diaries, letters, speeches, technical manuals, charts, graphs, and maps.

 

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Reading and Writing: Non-fiction for Career and College Session 2

Free

with Phil Wormuth

Mar 28, 2017 at 2:45 pm, runs for 9 weeks

This reading/writing-intensive course is designed to help students develop critical thinking and analytical skills in order to read and understand complex texts. Prepare for career or college by building skills that will allow you to get the job you want in your field or enroll in college classes. An estimated forty-percent of those attending community college are required to take remedial courses; this course will help you move beyond that level. Explore the genre of non-fiction by reading autobiographies and biographies, essays, articles, diaries, letters, speeches, technical manuals, charts, graphs, and maps.

 

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US History/Civics: The Citizen and the Constitution Session 1

Free

with Phil Wormuth

Jan 17, 2017 at 1 pm, runs for 9 weeks

Students participating in this class will explore the history and principles of constitutional democracy, build an understanding of the functions of government and the responsibilities of citizenship, and develop the skills necessary to become informed and engaged citizens. The course will culminate in a mock congressional hearing.

 





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