High School Equivalency Prep

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High School Equivalency Prep


What is
HSE Prep?

High School Equivalency (HSE - formerly known as the GED®) Prep is ongoing NYS Testing Assessing Secondary Completion™ (TASC) preparation classes designed to prepare participants to achieve the Official Readiness Test (ORT) score that qualifies them to set for TASC.

The HSE Prep gives an individual the opportunity to move beyond entry-level careers and salaries and increase success for the rest of his/her life. All students learn from skilled teachers, counselor as well as from each other. In 2018, 39 of 72 passed the exam and obtained the NYS High School Equivalency Diploma.

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What Does HSE Prep Do?

  • Focuses on self-paced learning

  • Prepare for TASC™ by focusing on all subject areas

  • Offers open enrollment any time of the year with flexible scheduling

  • Classroom setting with online learning and test-taking tools

  • Learn skills to excel at a job and become self-sufficient

  • Planning for the next steps after graduation

Participant Testimonials

Participant Eligibility

At least 16 years of age or over by the first day of testing AND has reached maximum compulsory school attendance age, and:

  • is enrolled in an alternative high school equivalency (AHSEP) program; or
  • has applied to a college or post-secondary institution; or
  • has applied to the US Armed Forces; or
  • has been homeschooled.

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Age 17 by the first day of testing AND has reached maximum compulsory school attendance age, and:

  • has been out of school for a period of at least one year; or
  • is a member of a high school class which has already graduated; or
  • is incarcerated or institutionalized; or
  • is an adjudicated youth under the direction of a prison, jail, detention center, Office of Children and Family Services facility, parole or probation; or
  • is enrolled in an alternative high school equivalency (AHSEP) program; or
  • has applied to the US Armed Forces; or
  • has applied to a college or post-secondary institution; or
  • is currently enrolled in a Job Corps program; or
  • has been homeschooled; or
  • is foreign-born and has never attended K-12 schools in the US

Age 19 by the first day of testing

  • Have not received a high school diploma
  • US citizenship or legal US residency
  • Household income at 200% of poverty guidelines
  • Proof of income (pay stubs, DHS budget sheet, Form 1040 tax return, 6 months of unemployment with W-2 or SSI statements)

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