It doesn’t matter if you’ve been out of school for two months or twenty years, we have an option that will work for you. We create a plan for each student to meet your needs, no matter what subject you’re working on, or what level your knowledge and skills are at. We work with all sorts of people in a variety of life circumstances.
We know that you have a lot to do, so we will work with you to develop a schedule that meets your needs. This means that most classes don’t start or end on a specific week and you can do that at your own pace. It also means that there are many different times during the week that you can come in to work on a specific subject, rather than one regular meeting time that may not work for you.
We also have remote options so you can complete work wherever you feel successful.
Depending on how many high school credits you have from previous experiences, what your goals are after high school, and your current skills and content knowledge, either the high school diploma option or the HiSET® equivalency exam option may be better for you.
We also offer credit recovery courses for high school students who need one or two extra credits to graduate on time.
HiSET® is Maine’s version of what is better known as a GED. It has five topics (Reading, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies).
When you complete the program, your certificate is accepted in everywhere in the US, including all states, the U.S. military, and other federal programs.
Learn more about HiSET® by clicking here.
Contact us at 207-594-9764 or firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Adult Education Office on the 2nd floor of 28 Lincoln Street, Rockland, ME.
NOTHING! There is no charge to take HiSET exams for Maine residents. All tutoring and testing is free and our program accepts new students throughout the year.
Nothing to get started, but students must have a valid government- issued ID and proof of Maine residency in order to register for the HiSET tests. Our program is an official testing center, so students may take their official HiSET exams in our computer lab.
To attend classes in Adult Education, you must not be enrolled as a student at any high school. Students younger than 18 are considered on a case by case basis, and a parent or legal guardian must accompany them to the first appointment to sign paperwork.
No! We serve people from all over the state of Maine. Any resident of Maine can register for our courses.