High School Equivalency Diploma

If you are between 18 and 21 don’t have a high school diploma and would like one now, please consider our High School Equivalency Diploma courses. If you are over 21, our Hector B. Assora Attain Lab has these courses as well.

1. What days/times are the classes?

Classes are Monday-Friday and the class schedules vary. We follow the Department of Education School calendar.

2. How many weeks is a typical GED course?

The average time to prepare for the exam is six to twelve weeks.

3. What are the starting dates for courses?

We admit students from September to June. After June 9  you will be signing up to start classes in September/Fall.  If a student wants summer classes, we offer them at Manhattan Hub on 35th street.

4. How do you enroll?

To begin the enrollment process you can fill out your information at this link http://p2g.nyc/contact and come in person to the Manhattan Referral Center at: 269 West 35thStreet, 11th Floor, Room 1113, New York, NY 10001

5. Are the courses free?

The courses part of the New York City Department of Education and have no cost.

6. When and where do you take the GED exam?

You will be scheduled for the GED exam by your school counselor when ready. There are many locations to take the GED exam, we will set up an appointment for you.

7. Is there a cost for the exam?

There is no cost.

8. Can you try again if you don’t do well on the exam?

Yes, you can retake the exam, but you must wait 60 days from the date taken. The exam can be taken up to 3 times per calendar year.

Please give us a call (929) 352-2206, We are looking forward to hearing from you.