High School Equivalency Diploma & GED Classes for Kenmore, Tonawanda, Buffalo, NY and the Surrounding Communities
In New York State, students who did not graduate from high school may take the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC), formerly the GED, to earn their High School Equivalency Diploma.
The Ken-Ton School District Adult Education Department offers GED classes at no cost to the student. For information about our programs, contact (716) 874-8403 ext.32631 or email@example.com. The adult education office is located at 155 Delaware Road, Buffalo, NY 14217 (Room 230). We are open Monday through Friday (excluding school district holidays and recesses) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
We're proud to teach and assist residents throughout Kenmore, Tonawanda, Buffalo, NY & the surrounding WNY area.
How a GED Class Can Help You
Getting a GED can help you for the rest of your life. It can also help your family, your partner, and your future children. Here are five powerful reasons to get your GED now:
- Career Prospects: The job market has changed over the years. These days, most employers will not hire anyone who does not have either a high school diploma or GED. Getting your GED will open up job opportunities for you, which can lead to further career prospects.
- Higher Earnings: As a rule, people who have their GED (or their high school diploma) tend to have much higher earnings than those who do not graduate high school. A study by the National Center for Education Statistics indicated a difference of more than $6,800 per year in average earnings between non-graduates and those who graduated or had gotten a GED.
- Educational Options: Getting your GED can open up options for other studies and educational goals. Most colleges require a GED to enroll; if you're interested in specific career steps, a GED will open those doors for you.
- Other Options: While your military career opportunities are limited when you have only a GED, having your GED makes it possible to take classes that expand your options. You can also enroll in trade school with a GED.
- Self-Satisfaction: The skills you learn when studying for your GED make it possible for you to be successful elsewhere. Your self-confidence grows, you begin to make career plans, and take steps to achieve your goals. You will also become an example for younger family members and friends.
Please reference the NYSED GED website for more information on upcoming exams and the process to sign up for your GED exam.