GED is changing on January 1, 2014!*
*The new test is called HiSET. So, if you are in the process of testing for GED you must complete testing by January 1, 2014. If you don't finish then you must start over.
Everybody’s situation is unique –that’s why we give you plenty of choices that either complete or enhance your high school education. For more information, see the links below or call us at 319-784-1510.
HSDL (High School Distance Learning) – Students who cannot physically attend high school, need to make up credit, or desire to work ahead can take courses through the Internet and mail.
High School Transfer Courses – Maybe you didn’t do as well as you wanted in chemistry, or perhaps an illness or family emergency kept you from your studies. You can make up your lost credit at Kirkwood and it will transfer to your high school.
Kirkwood Adult High School Diploma – You can finish your diploma at one of our many locations, or through our correspondence program.
Adult Basic Education and Tutoring – Improve your basic reading, writing and math skills to help improve your life skills and ability to work, or to advance to a better position in your field.
College Credit in High School -- With Post Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) you can get a jump start on college while earning credit toward your high school diploma at the same time Our Career Edge Academies take it one step further: Not only can you earn high school and college credit, but you can take groups of classes centered around a specific career, plus get hands-on experience and earn college credit.
GED Completion -- The General Educational Development Diploma, or GED for short, is a high school diploma awarded by the Iowa Department of Education.