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General Education Development


General Education Development (GED) classes develop the skills needed to pass the four tests of the GED exam. Using different teaching techniques which focus on skill building in work and life contexts.

Students age 16 or 17, must obtain a "Release from Attending Compulsory School" from your local high school. Students must attend New Student Orientation prior to attending class.

Tuition: $25

Faculty and Staff

Namesort icon Title Email Phone
Kelly Wiley Pre-College/ESOL & Literacy Program Instructional Assistant (541) 506-6000, ext. 8243
Stephen Shwiff History & Business Law Instructor (541) 506-6031
Abby Merickel Abby Merickel Art & Reading Instructor (541) 506-6041
Brook Maurer Brook Maurer
Pre-College and Career Guidance Instructor
Department Chair (541) 506-6179
Emily Kohner Pre-College Writing Instructor (541) 506-6041
Mary (Katy) Jablonski Pre College Reading & Writing
Janette Stanley Janette Harrington
Pre-College Instructor
Curriculum Committee Chair (541) 506-6041
Jean Ewald Transfer and Pre-College Specialist/GED Examiner (541) 506-6041
Theresa Cruz Pre-College Instructional Assistant (541) 506-7165
Julie (Jules) Burton Julie (Jules) Burton Environmental Science Instructor (541) 506-6000, ext. 7163
Franceina Brackenbury Franceina Brackenbury Reading & Pre-College Instructor (541) 506-6000, ext. 7164
Melissa Bickle Pre-College Math Instructor (541) 506-6041
Julie Belmore Julie Belmore
Pre-College, Reading, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Department Chair (541) 506-6041