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East Haven Adult Learning Center



High School Completion

CDP - High School Credit Diploma Program 3rd Semester
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CDP - High School Credit Diploma Program 3rd Semester

Free
Calendar Jan 18, 2019

The High School Credit Diploma Program is an alternative route designed to assist the student in completing a high school degree while learning life and career skills.  Students entering the program must meet the following requirements:

  • As of July 1, 2011, students under 18 years of age, should contact the Adult Education Facilitator, Joe Ferraiolo,to determine their eligibility
  • Not enrolled in high school as defined under state law
  • Ability to furnish high school withdrawal form from previous school
  • Transcript of completed coursework must be forwarded to the EHALC

Our goal is to meet the unique individual needs of each student enrolled in the program.  Students may combine credits awarded for prior academic work with credits earned through current learning experiences.  Required courses in English, mathematics, social studies, and science are offered every semester, as well as various electives that can be used to attain a high school diploma.

Semester 1     August 27 - October 31, 2018

Semester 2     November 2, 2018 - January 16, 2019

Semester 3     January 18 - March 26, 2019 (Tentative)

Semester 4     April 1 - June 7, 2019 (Tenative)

CDP - High School Credit Diploma Program 4th Semester

Free
Calendar Apr 1, 2019

The High School Credit Diploma Program is an alternative route designed to assist the student in completing a high school degree while learning life and career skills.  Students entering the program must meet the following requirements:

  • As of July 1, 2011, students under 18 years of age, should contact the Adult Education Facilitator, Joe Ferraiolo,to determine their eligibility
  • Not enrolled in high school as defined under state law
  • Ability to furnish high school withdrawal form from previous school
  • Transcript of completed coursework must be forwarded to the EHALC

Our goal is to meet the unique individual needs of each student enrolled in the program.  Students may combine credits awarded for prior academic work with credits earned through current learning experiences.  Required courses in English, mathematics, social studies, and science are offered every semester, as well as various electives that can be used to attain a high school diploma.

Semester 2     November 2, 2018 - January 16, 2019

Semester 3     January 18 - March 26, 2019 (Tentative)

Semester 4     April 1 - June 7, 2019 (Tenative)

GED - General Equivalency Diploma - Day Classes

Free

with John Hansen

Calendar Jan 7, 2019 at 9:15 am

In 2014, GED Testing Service will unveil a new assessment that ensures the GED testing program is no longer an endpoint for adults, but rather a springboard for further education, training, and better paying jobs. Four content-area assessments—Literacy, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies—will measure a foundational core of knowledge and skills, and an additional performance level will certify that adults are ready for college and careers and much more.

 

To enroll in the East Haven Adult Learning Center's GED Program, the individual: Must not be enrolled in high school

At the time of test registration, individuals seventeen and eighteen years old must submit documentation from the last high school attended that they have either been officially withdrawn from school for at least six months (seventeen year-olds must have a withdrawal form with a parent or guardian signature) or the class with which they entered ninth grade (or would have entered if never enrolled in high school) has already graduated.

GED Day Classes

Monday, Wednesday and Fridays

9:15 - 11:15 a.m.

GED Evening Classes

Monday and Wednesday 

6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

GED - General Equivalency Diploma - Evening Classes

Free

with Linda Peduzzi

Calendar Jan 7, 2019 at 6 pm

In 2014, GED Testing Service will unveil a new assessment that ensures the GED testing program is no longer an endpoint for adults, but rather a springboard for further education, training, and better paying jobs. Four content-area assessments—Literacy, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies—will measure a foundational core of knowledge and skills, and an additional performance level will certify that adults are ready for college and careers and much more.

 

To enroll in the East Haven Adult Learning Center's GED Program, the individual: Must not be enrolled in high school

At the time of test registration, individuals seventeen and eighteen years old must submit documentation from the last high school attended that they have either been officially withdrawn from school for at least six months (seventeen year-olds must have a withdrawal form with a parent or guardian signature) or the class with which they entered ninth grade (or would have entered if never enrolled in high school) has already graduated.

GED Day Classes

Monday, Wednesday and Fridays

9:15 - 11:15 a.m.

GED Evening Classes

Monday and Wednesday 

6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

NEDP - National External Diploma Program

Free

with Netttie Rank

Calendar Jan 9, 2019

East Haven Adult Education is excited to offer its residents another educational opportunity to obtain their high school diploma. EHALC offers the National External Diploma Program (NEDP). The program is designed to help mature students explore their occupational and specialized skill sets and match them to the competencies needed to complete national high school requirements. The goal and force in this initiative is to help those candidates who need a secondary school diploma, but do not choose to go through the traditional credit classes or the GED program.

Applicants will first meet with the Program’s Lead Assessor to determine if they have the basic reading, writing, math and technology skills. Next, they will be assigned an assessor to guide them through the process. The candidate and assessor will meet weekly to define and complete generalized competencies on this computerized assessment. Upon completion of all tasks, the assessor will review the completed portfolio. Once all material is completed and verified by a second reviewer, a local high school diploma will be awarded. Your skill level at the time of enrollment, and how much review of basic skills is needed, will determine how long the process will take. It takes most students between 7 - 12 months to complete the program.

An NEDP orientation will be held every Wednesday evening beginning September 6, 2017 starting at 6:00 p.m. at EHALC, or you can call Nettie Rank (our Lead Assessor) to arrange for an appointment, during the day, at 203-468-3796.





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