Every year, a number of students fail to graduate from high school. The reasons for this are as unique as the individual. And without a high school diploma, career options are greatly limited.
Whether students last attended school recently or many years ago, ACCEL offers free classes to help them earn a high school equivalency credential. We determine what areas students need to work on and enroll them in an appropriate class. Students receive help to prepare for the five test subject areas:
- Language Arts/Reading
- Language Arts/Writing
- Social Studies.
Students must be at least 18 years old to enroll and must complete enrollment and testing prior to starting a preparation course. Students ages 16 and 17 years old may enroll, but must provide a letter of withdrawal from the last school attended and parental consent prior to enrollment.
ACCEL’s High School Equivalency Exam Preparation Program prepares students to take either the GED® or HiSet® exam. Both of these approved tests allow Nevada students to earn the Nevada State Certificate of High School Equivalency.
To request more information about our preparation class options, please contact us.