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College and Career Foundations



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Staff celebrate with a Ring of the Bell
for our student's GED achievement.

Dr. Wallace Henry and staff celebrating
a GED student's acheivement success.

Elevate Your Career with a GED: Unlocking Professional Opportunities

Are you considering furthering your education? Going back to school to earn your GED (General Educational Development) diploma can significantly enhance your career prospects and open doors to a multitude of benefits. Here's why:

Increased Earning Potential:

On average, individuals with a GED or high school diploma earn significantly more than those without. Studies show that GED holders earn approximately $9,000 more per year than individuals without a high school credential.

Career Advancement:

With a GED, you'll have access to a wider range of job opportunities. Many employers require at least a high school diploma or its equivalent for entry-level positions. Having a GED can qualify you for better-paying jobs and positions with greater responsibility.

Professional Development:

Returning to school to earn your GED demonstrates your commitment to personal and professional growth. It showcases your determination, work ethic, and willingness to invest in yourself, qualities that employers value highly.

Expanded Skill Set:

Our GED program covers the essential academic subjects: math, science, language arts, and social studies. By completing your GED, you'll develop and enhance fundamental skills that are applicable across various industries and professions.

Access to Higher Education:

Earning your GED can be a stepping stone to further education. Many community colleges and universities accept GED credentials for admission, providing you with opportunities to pursue advanced degrees or specialized training programs.

Boosted Confidence: Achieving your GED can instill a sense of accomplishment and confidence in your abilities. It validates your knowledge and skills, empowering you to pursue your career goals with renewed vigor and self-assurance.

Improved Job Stability:

With a GED, you're better equipped to navigate changes in the job market and adapt to evolving industry requirements. Having a high school credential can enhance your job security and stability in an increasingly competitive workforce.

Invest in your future today by earning your GED. Whether you're seeking better job prospects, higher earning potential, or personal fulfillment, obtaining your GED opens doors to a world of opportunities. Take the first step toward a brighter future and unlock your full professional potential.

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