GED® Prep - Summer B classes start June 22
Student services staff are now available for in-person application, registration and payment help at our three campuses: Altamonte Springs, Lee Campus at Oviedo, and Sanford/Lake Mary. No appointment is necessary, drop by during our business hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Student services are also available by email if you choose not to come to campus.
Prepare for the GED® Exam with Seminole State College!
Did you know that in the state of Florida the GED® exam is an alternative pathway to earn a high school diploma? It's true! When you pass the exam you are awarded a high school diploma issued by the Florida Department of Education. You can use that diploma like one earned in the traditional high school environment. A high school diploma will allow you to:
- Get a job or a promotion
- Go to college
- Pursue a trade
- Qualify for financial aid
The GED® Prep Program at Seminole State College has helped thousands of students pass the GED® exam, earn their degrees and accomplish their goals.
850 South State Rd. 434
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
2505 Lockwood Blvd.
Oviedo, FL 32765
100 Weldon Blvd.
Sanford, FL 32773
How to Get Started
The cost for GED® Prep courses is a flat fee of $30 per semester--a great value. Although we accept adult students of all ages with no age maximum, the college does have age minimum requirements that must be followed: in order to be admitted, 17 year old students must be turning 18 before the end of their first semester.
- Academic calendar for GED® Prep (ABE/GED) - semester start and end dates
- GED® Prep course schedule - information on current and upcoming classes
- GED® Prep Admissions/New Students - information about applying, class registration and payment
- GED® Prep Orientation - information about getting started with classes after completing our Steps to Enroll
Workforce Jumpstart - Get $$$ for Education
Are you interested in pursuing an in-demand trade while working towards your high school diploma? If so, would you like some free money to help pay for that training? As part of our Workforce Jumpstart initiative, Duke Energy is providing grant funding for our adult education students to help them get a head start on their careers. Participating students will have a significant portion of their tuition, fees and books paid for as they begin their pursuit of a trade. Fast-track programs include:
- Building Trades Technology
- Electrician Helper
- HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
Want more information about this exciting new opportunity? Contact Jeff Sellers, Adult Education Transition Advisor, by email or by phone at 407.708.2630.
To begin GED® Prep classes, students must complete a free placement test to assess their knowledge in each of these areas: reading, math and language. It is not necessary to study for the placement test. Even if you have been out of school for a long time, don't worry. When it's time to take the test just try to relax, do the best you can, and know that there is no such thing as failing the exam. However, you should try to do your best so we can obtain an accurate picture of what you know about the subjects and topics.
The placement test is given on a walk-in basis and also by appointment at Altamonte Springs, Oviedo and Sanford/Lake Mary. For more info, please see the Assessment and Testing hours and services website.