GED / HSE Classes and Tests in Teller County
Are you ready to earn your GED, or other High School Equivalency (HSE) certification? We offer the only support and preparation classes in Teller County, with classrooms in Cripple Creek, Divide and Woodland Park. Our classes are safe, family friendly environments. Our focus is to help individuals develop and enhance skills to pass their tests for a more promising future.
Our classes include a mixture of group lessons, on-line lessons and individual instruction.
- Six classes every week, attend any or all classes as you desire
- Education and employment coaching
- Free childcare
- $40.00 enrollment fee
In addition to our classes, we also offer the only GED testing center in Teller County in our Divide offices. You can schedule your test through GED.com.
If you are interested in taking another High School Equivalency exam instead (TASC or HiSEC), we can help you schedule this with our partner agencies.
Contact Katy Conlin at 686-0705 to register for the fall semester (orientation will be in August).
Partners for your Future
The following video highlights some of our students and the amazing opportunities we can offer through our partnership with Pikes Peak Workforce Center.
“I love the teachers …. This was easy once I stopped hating math.” – Jeremy, 2017 graduate.
“Learned more than I have in 3+ years.” – Sydney, 2017 graduate.
This program has aided me first with education, then after listening to my concerns, my teacher promptly linked me with other resources. Now I am also getting assistance with family, food, and more help with my future. I am very grateful for Community Partnership and the staff who help me. – Sierra, 2016 Graduate.
“There is no dreading class, I actually look forward to coming. I come knowing I’m going to get the help I need. You guys make it easy, you show us easier ways to do things. You guys motivate us and push us. The environment is comfortable and relaxing.” – Yuri, 2016 graduate.
“I received my GED in six months. The program is very organized, and my teacher was awesome!” – Ben, 2016 Graduate.