SIX COURSES INCLUDED
FIVE REASONS TO ENROLL TODAY
FASTEST WAY TO A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
The GED credential, HiSET, and TASC are recognized equivalents to an official high school diploma by all colleges and employers. A GED test, HiSET or TASC graduate makes $15,000 or more a year. Don’t put it off any longer.
EASIER THAN YOU THINK
The high school equivalency tests take into account that you’ve been out of school for awhile. They are not like going back to high school. Instead, they test common sense thinking skills and basic skills. Passing rates are over 85%.
FASTER THAN YOU IMAGINE
You already know most of the things tested on the GED test, HiSET, and TASC tests. Our high school Academy prep courses figure out what you need to brush up and and teach you those skills.
Most people get a GED credential because they want a better job. But the GED credenial alone may not be enough. Essential Education includes three additional courses to teach you critical job skills required by today’s employers. All for just $15 a month.
FEEL GOOD ABOUT YOURSELF
Stop being embarrassed by not having a high school diploma. We have made getting education essentials fast, easy, and affordable. Make you and your family proud.
I was 17 and wanted to join the Army in 1989 and go to college. My GED credential allowed me to do that and much more. My probation counselors motived me as I was a trouble at-risk kid, assigned to a halfway house known as Youth Haven in Roanoke, Virginia.
I hope to gain peace of mind by getting my GED credential. I hope to gain the education I never allowed myself to have. I want to go to college and learn everything I possibly can. The mind is the most powerful thing, and I’m tired of mine being empty. I want to fill it with as much knowledge as it can hold.
My motivation for getting my GED credential came when I had my daughter at 18. Before having my daughter, I was a high school drop out and working a dead end job at McDonald’s. That’s not the future I wanted for me and my daughter, so I knew it was time to stop procrastinating and do what’s best for me and my child.