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High school equivalency exam prep for ages 17-21

NYCDOE Pathways to Graduation by NYC Department of Education (DOE) District 79 | Pathways to Graduation

Actively recruiting

Services Provided High School Equivalency (HSE or GED) prep

Eligibility Young adults

Schedule No fixed amount of time, Varies

Language Access Language Access

Last Updated Last updated on Jul 01, 2022

These classes help young adults prepare to take the test to earn their high school equivalency diploma.

Pathways to Graduation can help you earn your high school equivalency diploma by preparing for the high school equivalency exam (also known as the HSE, GED, or TASC test). Classes take place at locations across the city and are open for students ages 17–21. If you’re over 21 years old, check out high school equivalency programs for adult learners.

Who it's for Who it's for

To be eligible, you must:

  • Be 17–21 years old
  • Live in NYC
  • Not have a US high school diploma or equivalency (HSE or GED)

Duration and Length Duration and Length

Schedules depend on the class location.

Language Access Language Access

Pathways to Graduation offers bilingual classes in addition to English classes.

Next Steps

Enroll using the online form on the Pathways to Graduation website.

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