Ukiah Adult School offers FEE FREE GED classes to
better prepare for taking the
GED test (the GED tests are
not free
). Practice tests are offered for each of the four
parts of the test (writing and reading (combined in the
GED), social studies, science, and math). Individual areas
of need are targeted and remediated.

Instruction and testing is available in either English or
Spanish.

**** Office hours: during the day on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday and Friday
- In the morning: 8:30am to 11:30am, in Room 1
- In the afternoon: 1:00pm to 4:00pm, in Room 1

**** Office hours: during the evening on, Tuesday,
Wednesday. (Contact your teacher)
- In the evening: 5:00pm to 8:00pm, in Room 8

-- Ukiah Adult School offers GED testing every Tuesday
from 8:30am to 4:30pm (we follow the
District's
Calendar).

-- Four subjects are part of the GED battery of tests:
English (reading and writing 150 minutes)
Math (115 minutes)
Science (90 minutes)
Social Studies (75 minutes)

-- Each exam subject costs $35, so the total for all 4 tests
is $140. You do not need to take all four exams at one time.

-- The exams are not available online.

-- You must register online at GED.com no later than 24
hours prior to taking a test.
To access
GED.com click here.
Please, keep track of your password when you register.

-- You will need to pay online with a credit, debit, or
prepaid card.

-- If you need to cancel taking a test, you must do so
online at least 24 hours before the test or lose you money.

-- Exams are available in English and Spanish.

-- All GED scores from 2013 and previous years no longer
count.

-- You will need a valid California photo ID or a valid and
current Passport and proof of California residency to take
your
GED tests.

-- Since May of 2018: testers can combine tests taken in
Spanish with tests taken in English to receive their
GED
credential.

*** Fall 2020 GED Test Dates
October: 27
November: 3, 10, 17
December: 1, 8

Since mid-2014, the GED is no longer the only option
available in order to meet High School completion
requirements, in California. Therefore, test preparations
for the
HiSET (High School Equivalency Test) and,
possibly, the
TASC (Test Assessing Secondary
Completion) have been discussed. However, due to the
fact that these alternative tests are not accepted by all 50
States we are staying with the
GED at this time.  

For official information from the California Department of
Education,
click here.

For more information regarding the HiSET, click here.

For more information regarding the TASC, click here.

Ukiah Adult School offers FEE FREE High School Diploma
Completion classes.

A student must earn a total of 180 credits to graduate
English: 40
Math: 10
Algebra: 10
Science: 20
World History: 10
U.S. History: 10
U.S. Government: 5
Economics: 5
Fine Arts: 10
Physical Education: 20
Electives: 40 (
instead of 70)

Previously earned credits accepted!
Call our Counselor (707) 463-5217

Teachers offer personalized instruction to meet the needs of
each student.

To enroll:
- Visit Ukiah Adult School
- Meet with our Student Success Coordinator
- Register
- Have your transcripts evaluated
- Begin classes

**** Class meets during the day on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday (
No Class on Friday).
- In the morning: 8:30am to 11:30am, in Room 1
- In the afternoon: 1:00pm to 4:00pm, in Room 1

**** Class meets during the evening on, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday
(
No class on Friday).
- In the evening: 5:00pm to 8:00pm, in Room 5

THE SUSPENSION OF THE CALIFORNIA HIGH SCHOOL
EXIT EXAM (CAHSEE) IS REAL!
SENATE BILL 172 (LIU)
WAS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR JERRY BROWN ON
10/08/2015.
The Governor signed California Senate Bill 725 earlier
in September.  That bill exempted the class of 2015
from having to pass the CAHSEE in order to graduate.  
However, SB 172 extended that reach by including the
class of 2014 then the Governor requested that it
include all classes since the inception of the CAHSEE
graduation requirement.
Therefore, since SB 172 is signed by the Governor, it
is the law.  This means that all students who
completed all of their graduation requirements and
didn't pass the CAHSEE will receive their actual
Diploma instead of a Certificate of Completion.

For the official text of SB 172,
click here.
Ukiah adult School's GED / Pearson View Testing center is operating with extra precautions in order to avoid
the spread of the Coronavirus. (see blow)

Special Announcement

- October GED test dates: 27

- All you need to graduate, with a diploma from Ukiah Adult School is 180 credits!
- Read the current Corona Virus / GED testing statement below.
Friday, May 1, 2020, the Mendocino County Health and Human Service Agency requires the wearing
of a facial covering when you leave your residence. Social Distance rules still apply.
Congratulations to the
GED / Diploma Graduates
of 2019
To see the 2016, 2017 and 2018 graduation photos, click here
Ukiah Adult School is a Pearson-Vue Authorized Test Center.
Besides GED testing,  we offer testing opportunities for the following tests:
CBEST (California Basic Education Skills Test)
CSET (California Subject Examination for Teachers)
CTEL (California Teachers of English Learners)
CPACE (California Preliminary Administrative Credential Examination)
RICA (Reading Instruction Competence Assessment)
NREMT* (National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians certification)
and more......
Testing takes place on Tuesdays (
same schedule as the GED test dates).
Fall 2020 Test dates:
October: 27
November: 3, 10, 17
December: 1, 8
Official statement from GED regarding GED testing and the potential impact of
                               the Corona Virus (as of 03/11/2020)

We understand that test centers, educators and GED students may be concerned about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and
how it may impact GED testing. We are monitoring the situation carefully and are following guidance provided by
governing bodies, Pearson and Pearson VUE. At this time, GED test centers across most of the country are operating
normally and are using standard precautions.

Test centers that deliver the GED are controlled locally and are advised to make any closure decisions based upon
information provided by local and state authorities and government agencies. Test centers that decide to close for any
period of time should notify Pearson VUE immediately, so that they can cancel tests appointments and notify students of
their test cancellations as quickly as possible. Test centers should call 1-866-389-3665, option #2 to report a closure.

Students who are impacted due to test center closures will receive notification that their test has been cancelled and their
testing fees will be refunded. Students can reschedule their test on GED.com for when the testing site has reopened, or at
another open test center.

To maintain a safe testing environment at GED test centers, we are asking test administrators and test-takers to follow the
guidance below:


Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds prior to arriving at the test center, and after
testing
Cover your cough and sneeze with your arm or elbow, not your hands
Utilize hand sanitizer when available
Avoid touching your face
Stay at home from work or reschedule your test if you are feeling unwell or have symptoms such as a fever or respiratory
difficulties


We are committed to the safety or GED test-takers and test center workers. We will continue to monitor the situation and
provide additional information as needed.
To Read MCHHSA's Doctor Doohan's July 15 press release regarding school re-opening in the Fall of 2020,
click here.