Placement agencies – see our ISAEP/GED program details here.
The Tests of General Educational Development (GED®) are developed by the American Council on Education to enable persons who have not graduated from high school to demonstrate the attainment of abilities normally associated with completion of a high school program of study.
The GED battery of five tests measures the skills considered to be the major outcomes of a high school education. The tests focus on the major use of skills and concepts rather than upon recall of specific facts. The questions focus on the general abilities to analyze, evaluate, and draw conclusions. The subject areas tested are Language Arts – Writing , Social Studies, Science, Language Arts – Reading and Mathematics.
During the GED preparatory process, HopeTree Academy ensures the student is vocationally trained to a level where he/she possesses marketable job skills in one or more career/trade areas. ISEAP students must also pass the newly-required Economics/Personal Finance course.
To learn more about the GED in Virginia, visit Virginia Race to GED.
Contact HopeTree Academy to learn how to enroll.