Lifelong Learning GED and High School Diploma Registration

2019

All new high school diploma students must bring completed Alternative Assignment
with an official, signed transcript from their home high school.
High School Diploma classes are only taught at the Sullivan Center daytime program.
All 17 and 18 GED students must bring a completed Alternative Assignment from the home high school.

The GED Testing Service recently recalculated the passing rate for the GED Test in all subjects. The new passing score is 145 on each test.  If you have passed one or more tests, please get busy and study on the other subjects, retake the GED Ready in that test, and try again if your scores show you are ready to retake the real test.


Sullivan Center and Greenville Tech - Brashier Campus

Sullivan Center and Brashier -- Registration Information

March 12th and 13th

April 2nd and 3rd

Registration Time: 8:45 AM

Must attend both days to complete registration

The dates to register are below. Payment of fees is cash only and all fees must be paid in full before starting classes. Everyone pays a $40 registration fee once a year.

GED Information:
GED class fee is $80 for each semester. The GED registration, orientation, and TABE testing takes two mornings. Be prepared to stay from 8:45 - 12:30 both days

High School Units Information:
Students take one unit at a time. Registration and orientation will take two mornings. Fees are $80 per unit.

 

Registration times for Evening - GED Students

Every Tuesday

4:00 pm

Slater Foothills GED Classes

Registration date:

January 22nd, March 12th

Fees- $40.00 registration/testing fee and $60.00 GED per semester - Slater, Day program

This video is the winning entry in the recent SCDE Office of Adult Education contest sponsored to allow local Adult Education programs to submit a 90 second "elevator pitch" about their program. The prize was $2,500. The Office of Adult Education had $5,000 from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to give to the program with the best pitch. One of the rules was to tell what you would use the money for if you won the contest. This video was completed and submitted in just one week by Karen Cleveland and Jeff Edwards, teachers of the GED and WorkKeys class in the “Center for Working Families” at the Foothills Family Resources,  Slater, South Carolina.