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New Milford Adult Education



College Preparation

High School Completion '20

Free

with Adult Education Staff

Calendar Jan 21, 2020 at 5 pm, runs for 23 weeks

Register: By phone to schedule an appointment 860 350-6647 ext. 1170.

Completion of coursestorm information and clicking the registration button will result in a contact call from Adult Education

High School completion classes begin:

New students January 21, 2020

Returning students January 27, 2020

All students new to New Milford Adult Education or those who have not attended for two years MUST attend our 4 night orientation January 21, 22, 23, & 24, 20, 2020 from 5:00pm–9:00pm.

Students must be committed to attend class regularly, complete homework assignments weekly, participate in classroom activities and provide their own transportation to all programs . All Students have access to a Guidance Counselor for career and college planning. 

Individuals wishing to enroll in the high school diploma or GED® Test Preparation program must meet the following criteria:

• Must be at least 17 years of age or older

• Must be officially withdrawn from day school

• Must submit a copy of the official withdrawal form with parents signature for students 17 years old

• Must not have a high school diploma or a GED certificate

Please bring an official transcript from all schools in which you were enrolled, as well as a copy of your withdrawal from day school. Be prepared to take a basic Math and English test and complete admission paperwork (approximately 45 minutes long) on the day you register.

Graduation Requirements A diploma candidate must accumulate 23 credits which include the following:

English 4 credits       Science 3 credits

Math 3 credits          Social Studies* 3 credits

Voc Art 1 credit        Electives** 9 credits

*Must include 1 credit of U.S. History, .5 credit of Civics and **.25 credit of Orientation to Adult Education and ,25 of Senior Portfolio.

All students must also meet graduation standards and complete an information literacy project.

To enroll in the GED® Test Preparation program, an adult must:

Achieve a score greater than or equal to a 236 on the CASAS 80 Reading Appraisal and/or CASAS 80 Math Appraisal. 

Be 17 years of age or older AND no longer enrolled in school

Commit to the program attendance policy.

Accommodations on the GED® tests are available for qualified individuals with a documented disability. For more information, contact Christy Martin at 860-350-6647 X 1170. You may also contact Sabrina Mancini at the Connecticut State Department of Education at 860-807-2110 or Sabrina.Mancini@ct.gov.

GED® is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education (ACE) and administered exclusively by GED® Testing Service LLC under license. This material is not endorsed or approved by ACE GED® Testing Service.

New Milford Adult Education is in compliance with Connecticut General Statutes Sec.10-73a and does not charge fees for registration, textbooks or materials used in mandated program areas

How to Succeed in College with CONNTAC Inc.

Free

with J Barron

Calendar Mar 17, 2020 at 5:15 pm, runs for 1 week

Tonight, the non-profit CONNTAC Inc. provides information on how qualified students and adult learners can receive assistance in the area of How to Succeed in College.

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