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Enrollment for GED/HSED Classes at SDC
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Date/Time
Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
9:30 am - 8:30 pm

Location
Social Development Commission

Thinking about earning your GED?  There’s no better time than now to sign up for classes at the Social Development Commission (SDC) especially if you have already started the coursework. 

Beginning in mid-December , the State of Wisconsin will begin a new series of computerized tests for the diplomas.  That will mean that students who have completed some but not all five GED exams by that date will have their old test results eliminated and need to retake all the new tests to earn their GED or HSED diploma.

Registration is going on for the GED/HSED classes which will start Monday, August 26 at SDC Richards Street, 4041 N. Richards.  Classes will be held in morning (9:30am–12:30pm) and evening (5:30pm–8:30pm) sessions.  The goal is to prepare adults for completion of the coursework and testing by December.

Learn more about the GED/HSED at SDC and register now.

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