Get your GED® at Mayland!

Mayland’s Adult Education Program offers GED® Testing at four convenient locations across the Tri-County area.

 

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GED® studies at Mayland Community College

The Mayland Community College Adult Education Program offers free GED® classes, providing instruction in reading, writing, and math skills to help students prepare for the tests of General Educational Development (GED®).

These classes are available to adults age 18 and above or for students as young as 16 with notarized documentation from parents and public school officials.

Mayland is also an official GED® Testing Site, offering GED® testing at the Main Campus in Mitchell County as well as the Avery and Yancey Learning Centeres, along with the Old Mitchell County Courthouse in Bakersville.

Students who successfully complete the GED® test batteries are awarded a high school credential, which may provide opportunities to:

  • Pursue higher education
  • Obtain a job or job promotion
  • Achieve personal goals

Where Classes Are Offered

GED® classes are offered in each of the three counties Mayland serves.

For More Information

For more information,call us at extensions 216 or 291, (828) 765-7351 or 1-800-4-MAYLAND, or e-mail kharpold@mayland.edu

 
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