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ALS - High School Diploma

ALS - High School Diploma

ALS - High School Diploma

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Adult Basic Education (ABE): Courses designed to support development of fundamental reading, writing, and math skills. ABE courses set the foundation for students to be successful in higher-level GED Preparation courses or short-term career training programs. Courses are free.

GED Prep: Courses designed to prepare students to take and pass the GED exam and earn a Maryland high school diploma. Students can take enroll in either Social Studies and Language Arts courses or Math and Science courses, or both! Courses are free.

National External Diploma Program (NEDP)
How does it work?

  • The National External Diploma Program is a unique way for adults to earn their high school diploma:
  • computer based
  • majority of work completed at home
  • bi-weekly appointments with assigned assessor
  • completed in 6-12 months
  • self-paced
  • flexible schedule
  • pre-screening required

For more information or to schedule testing, contact our office. Email:, Phone: 240-500-2313.

Family Literacy: GED Prep courses designed for students who are parents with children 16 years old and younger. Classes are offered in partnership with the Washington County Family Center. Free childcare is available to those who have children 3 years old or younger. Classes are free.

Use the button below to register.