Preparation for high school equivalency (HSE) exams is part of the Adult Secondary Education (ASE) program. Interested individuals start by attending an intake session which includes orientation, registration and assessment. Next they are placed in a class facilitated by a qualified adult educator. Courses are taught in 4 – 16 week sessions that meet 5 – 10 hours per week. Instruction includes preparation for the Language Arts, Social Studies, Science and Math exams. Instructors administer HSE exam practice tests at no charge once participants demonstrate readiness. Participants receive support with registering for the exams.
Registration dates and times for locations in the metro area are available here. For more information about these services, call (303) 835-1128 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If your organization would like to host an ASE class to prepare individuals for HSE exams, please contact the Program Manager, Tiffany Pippin, at (303) 863-0188 x304 or email her at email@example.com.