GED & ESL
Because Houston Loves You
Teen & Young Adult Literacy Program
Soli Deo Gloria, "To God Alone be the Glory"
2500 E. T.C. Jester Ste 362
Enrollment& Registration: 832-301-4808
Registration Begins the 5th Day of Each Month: Walk in Welcome after 3:00pm
Morning, Afternoon, Evening, or Weekend Classes
"This course is free to those who qualify" Childcare assistance is available to those who qualify.
We offer the GED/HiSet/ & TASC for School aged Youth, Court appointed Youth
Book and Access to a Computer is required along with Supplies
Attend the Mandatory Orientation
"GED for School Aged Youth"
Step 1: Bring approval for the judge or government official.
Step 2: If your school counselor sent you, bring the transcript
Step 3: Meet with the Career or Guidance Advisor/Counselor
Step 4: Attend the Mandatory Orientation
Take the PreTest
Step 5: Select Online or Classroom
Step 6 Register and Begin Class
Take Classes or Prepare for the GED Test
The General Educational Development (GED) test is an adult education service that enables a student to earn a certificate of High School Equivalency issued by the Texas Education Agency. In other words, a GED certifies that the taker has attained high school-level academic skills
We offer the GED Test Preparation Assessment: Cost $50.00 a one time fee: this assessment is for a person who is preparing to take the GED but wants to find out their weakness and prepare for the test based on the assessment; this is for a students who qualifies to take the test in a week or less.
We offer a 2 Week retest Prep: This course meets four days a week for two weeks; online or in person; the cost is $100.00. This is a one on one instructor lead course; as well as small group; class size 10 or less. This course is for a person with the skill to pass the test; but needs remediation in one or two sections of test to achieve an overall test score required for the GED. This program is optimal for a person who failed the GED or is weak in one or more sections of the test.
This is a class that prepares qualified youth to take the GED.
GED review courses are available in English and Spanish. Currently, there are five different subtest students must take to earn their GED: This class is self paced; but you must work closely with an instructor. You may work online; in class or a combination. You must come to class to take exit test. This course if free to students who qualify; if you do not qualify this course can be as low as $30.00 a week; plus books and supplies. The price of the course depends on the student learning level and student academic needs. This course is governed by TEA guidelines; read the guidelines that governs your situation or need.
Texas Education Agency (TEA) regulations state that any student wishing to take the GED test must first take either the Test of Adult Basic Education Assessment A or D (TABE), the Official Practice Test for the GED (OPT), or the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) and meet certain criteria:
Typically; GED test costs $100. The partial test costs $25. Test fees cover the administration of the exam and the cost of the certificate. The partial GED test is available to individuals who have taken the full GED test but need to retake one (1) or more sections because of low test scores. To re-test, individuals must meet either of the following requirements:
GED class and test preparation are offered in two separate classes. Student may prepare for the test or take classes to prepare for the test. All student must abide by state guidelines listed above. Remember, you need to register early and practice before you take the test. You will have six months to rethink that decision; if you fail.
You may contact, Professor Matthews, at (832)301-4808 0r (713) 510-5038