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General Education Development


General Education Development (GED) classes develop the skills needed to pass the four subjects of the GED® test. 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 per term


Faculty and Staff

Namesort icon Title Email Phone
Kelly Wiley Kelly Wiley Pre-College/ESOL & Literacy Program Instructional Assistant (541) 506-6000, ext. 8243
Stephen Shwiff
History & Business Administration Instructor
Curriculum Committee Chair
Abby Merickel Abby Merickel Art & Reading Instructor (541) 506-6041
Brook Maurer Brook Maurer Pre-College and Career Guidance Instructor (541) 506-6178
Emily Kohner Emily Kohner Pre-College Writing Instructor (541) 506-6041
Mary (Katy) Jablonski Mary (Katy) Jablonski Pre College Reading & Writing
Janette Stanley Janette Harrington Pre-College Instructor (541) 506-6041
Julie (Jules) Burton Julie (Jules) Burton Environmental Science Instructor (541) 506-6000, ext. 7163
Franceina Brackenbury Franceina Brackenbury
Reading & Pre-College Instructor
Department Chair (541) 506-6179
Melissa Bickle Pre-College Math Instructor (541) 506-6041
Julie Belmore Julie Belmore Reading, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) (541) 506-6041