Online GED Prep
NOTE: Connecticut Adult Education offers three distinct pathways for adults to attain a high school diploma.
1. Adult High School Credit Diploma (AHSCD): Credits toward a local diploma are obtained through a prescribed plan that requires a minimum of 20 credits in academic and elective areas. Credits for work or military experience, independent study projects and online courses are additional ways to obtain credit.
2. General Educational Development (GED): Applicants must be at least 17 years of age and officially withdrawn from school for at least six months.
3. National External Diploma Program (NEDP): This program is designed for adults who have gained skills through life experiences and demonstrated competence in a particular job, talent or academic area. The NEDP is an online portfolio assessment program that offers no classroom instruction. An adult who successfully completes the portfolio assessment, as required, is awarded a high school diploma.
The online programs below help individuals prepare for the rigorous GED exam; some require individuals to complete an enrollment form and participate in an orientation process. For more information Email firstname.lastname@example.org Tel./Text 860-490-8402.