Location: The Pathways Center at Oak Street Campus
Our GED Program is open to students in the Hillsboro School District until the age of 21. Students must be at least 17 years old.
Our GED instructor will provide GED pre-testing, GED counseling, and preparatory work. The District will pay for all students to take their GED tests. However, students are responsible for obtaining a state-issued ID card and any other required documentation prior to testing.
Students must be referred by their home high school counselor.
Useful links regarding the GED test in Oregon.
Oregon Department of Education (GED page)
General Information Regarding GED (Reviews.com)
Target group: Students 17 years old or older looking to complete their high school education through GED rather than a high school diploma. Student must be at grade level in reading.
Referral: HSD Counselor
Deadline: Rolling enrollment- space limited
Location: Oak Street Campus (Pathways Center), 440 SE Oak Street, Hillsboro
Social Security Number Required: No, but a government issued ID is required.
Description: A set of tests that when passed certify the test taker has met high-school level academic skills.