CHEA Adult Skill Center GED Program
Listing Last Update: October 28, 2020
- To read and write better
- To study for my high school equivalency exam
- To learn English
- To improve my math skills
- To improve my technology skills
- Family literacy program
You may use the contact information above to reach out to the program
or call 1-877-389-6874 for more help.
Let's get ready for the new 2014 GED Exam! This small group course prepares you for the new computer based testing. This program is 40% Instructor based teaching and 60% computer based learning. All coursework is aligned to the new Common Core Standards for greater GED passing success and college & career readiness.
The computer based learning, offer web based tutorials and course software work. A Basic Keyboarding class is also included for building better computer skills and greater comfort when taking the new computerized GED Exam.
Course Learning Objectives:
- Reasoning through Language Arts
- Extended Responses
- Constructed Responses
- Creating Arguments & Using Evidence
- Development of Ideas & Organizational Structure
- Social Studies
- Short & Extended Answer Responses
- Mathematical Reasoning
- Quantitative Problem Solving
- Qualitative Reasoning
- Geometric Reasoning
The Center for Higher Educational Achievement is
committed to building communities and providing programs to help minimize educational, economic, and residential barriers that prohibit individuals and families from achieving self-sufficiency.
Hours of operation: Please call for more information
Cost info: Free for any Michigan resident age 25 and older..
Student and Volunteer Success Stories
CHEA Adult Skill Center hold a 100% GED Graduation Rate (15 graduates) 2012-2015.
In the City of Flint, Michigan 26.9% of families are headed by single females. In 2013, all CHEA's GED graduates, were single female parents.
The Adult Skill Center is designed to provide educational training for adults age 25 and older, who are often over looked, distracted, discouraged, and embarrassed when they attend alternative education programs, along with younger students who also did not complete their high school education