CHEYENNE, WYO. — Students looking to complete their high school equivalency have an opportunity at Laramie County Community College, with a new schedule of classes offered through the Adult Career and Education System (ACES).
There is no cost to attend these classes, thanks to grant funding received by the program.
Adult Education and High School Equivalency Certificate Preparation are offered in the new class sessions. The first session (eight weeks) starts March 19 for morning and afternoon classes. The next session (10 weeks) starts March 26 for the evening classes.
LCCC offers two pathways to the High School Equivalency Certificate tests. HiSET™ is offered through ACES, and GED 2014® is offered through the Exam Lab. These classes prepare students for either test, as both are based on the College and Career Readiness Standards.
Information sessions take place at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on March 13. The session includes
a short overview of the program with time for attendees to ask questions. Parents
of those under 18 are encouraged to attend the session with their youth so that the
appropriate signatures can be obtained.
Instruction is provided by the ACES team in Cheyenne. Offered in morning, afternoon, and evening, these noncredit classes are available for residents 16 years old or older.
ACES helps students develop the skills necessary for continued education or meaningful employment through combined training in academics, communication skills, and college and career transition.
For more information or to reserve a space for these classes, contact LCCC's Adult Career and Education System at 307.637.2450.