CAC’s GED or HSE (High School Equivalency) classes are designed to help students prepare to take the 5 GED tests.

Students must be at least 16 years old and not enrolled in school to register for class, and to take the GED test.

What do they look like?

Classes are available In-person (Face-to-Face) and Online. Online classes are only recommended for students with intermediate and advanced technology skills to ensure student success.

Online classes are live (synchronous) – where students and the teacher all join a virtual classroom at the same time

Classes are divided into two skill bases: Math and Reading. Social Studies, Science, and Civics are included in the reading class. An orientation course and testing is required for proper class placement. After completion of orientation course and pre-test, students will be placed in an appropriate class with day/time considerations.

When can I take class?

Classes are held during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters.

How much does the class cost?

All classes are free!

*Questions? Email us at or call the office at 520-494-5950.