Hopelink offers free GED and high school diploma program online

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Hopelink is helping students earn their GEDs and high school diplomas during this COVID stay-at-home period. We now have a few openings in this fine program!

Our GED and High School+ Program is a good fit for those who have:
  • Interest and willingness to study at home
  • Time to meet with a teacher and to attend Zoom classes
  • A phone or computer with internet access
Hopelink can offer:
  • Individualized support and tutoring
  • Learning materials and tools (both physical and online)
  • A community of learners
This is how we’re doing things this spring and summer:

GED students work on math every day, following a learning plan designed just for them. Twice each week, students meet with a Hopelink tutor using FaceTime, Google Hangouts, Zoom, or a phone call. The meeting is a chance to ask questions, get pointers and learn new concepts.

GED students gather for a Zoom class twice weekly (Tuesday and Thursdays, 4:00-5:30). In class, students discuss key information and learn skills that help them in science (biology, physics, chemistry) and social studies (U.S. government and history).

Some students would rather earn a high school diploma than take the GED tests. These people may join the High School Plus (HS+) program where they will complete independent projects to earn high school credit.

Interested students can contact Debbie Margolis at DMargolis@hopelink.org.

For more information, such as eligibility criteria, visit the website


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