GED Admissions Information

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  • At least 16 years of age
  • Formally withdrawn from regular high school program


Enrollment Process

1.  Schedule and attend a mandatory GED Workshop. Workshops are held every Monday at 10:00am, 1:00pm or 7:00 pm and are approximately 1 hour.  Check the calendar on the homepage for summer dates and times.  Location: Building 1, Administrative Office  (NOTE: Returning students who have attended a previous workshop are not required to attend an additional session.)

2.  Complete the GED Application.

3.  Register for the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE).   Testing is held in the MTC Assessment Center located in Building 3.  Students should not schedule the TABE until they have attended the workshop.  Click here for additional help to prepare for the TABE test.

4.  Submit TABE scores and fee payment of $30 per semester to the Administrative Office in Building 1. Students will receive a school ID badge and notice of first day of class.

For any questions regarding the enrollment process, please contact:  Andrew Turner (727) 774-1700


NON-REFUNDABLE TUITION is $30. You may pay with cash, personal check (with printed address and phone number), money order or credit card.  Please note there is a 3% convenience fee to pay by credit card.


Important Dates

April 26, 2018:  Deadline to register and pay for access to spring semester classes

April 30, 2018:  Registration opens for summer classes

June 13, 2018:  Deadline to register for summer classes

June 18, 2018:  First day of summer classes (last day on July 26)

July 2, 2018:  Registration opens for Fall Semester

August 13, 2018:  First day of Fall Semester

Important Links

Program Instructors

Cynthia Carson, Language Arts, Science & Social Studies

Building 5, Room 05-015


Michael Butler, Math

Building 5, Room 05-016


Patti Jean Accaria, Language Arts

Building 5, Room 05-018


Thomas Moschner, Math

Building 5, Room 05-014


Lori Steele,  Underage Completion Program and ESOL Academics

Building 5, Room 05-017


Andrew Turner, Language Arts

Building 5, Room 05-015