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GED Program

About the GED Program

Education is paramount to improving one’s life. That’s why Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the CSRA goes the extra mile to help learners obtain the necessary education to pass their General Education Development (GED) exam. This program is fully funded by Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the CSRA.* It is a continuous individual study, a tutor-assisted program designed to prepare students to take the four-subject GED test within six to 12 months from the date of registration.

*$25 Assessment fee and GED exam fee is not included and are the responsibility of the student.

This class offers a structured hybrid curriculum online with in-person tutoring and support offered by qualified basic skills instructors focusing on language arts, social studies, science, mathematics, reading comprehension and writing skills.

Online learning, resource connections, career and vocational planning, and financial assistance to pay for the GED exam.

  • I am 17 or older.
  • I am currently not enrolled in a high school program.
  • I have not graduated from high school AND am significantly deficient in credits.
  • I missed my graduation cohort.
  • I have an internet-connected device. (assistance may be available)

Open Classroom & Tutoring Schedule:
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Entry Assessment Test:
9:00 a.m.  &  1:00 p.m.

Self-paced Online
Estimated 8 hours per week

• Macon & Augusta Campus of Goodwill and Helms College
3145 Washington Road
Augusta, GA 30907

• Augusta and Macon Virtual Tutoring 

The Perks

Free Resources

Aztec Software’s English and Spanish content provides students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to pass the GED Test.

Open Enrollment

Sign up any time, and with a non-traditional class schedule!

Career Services

Get help with your resume, interview preparation and job search skills. We offer help with everything you need to succeed!

Why is an Education Important?

According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, earnings increase and unemployment decrease as educational attainment rises. Grouping workers by education level, the chart shows that those with more education have higher earnings and lower rates of unemployment than those with less education. Read the article.


A Life Changing Education is One Click Away

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