Lakewood Community School's ABE/GED program is designed for students that are working towards a GED (General Education Development). There a few steps that students must take to prepare themselves so that they can successfully pass the exam to receive their GED.
Students will initially take the TABE (Test for Adult Basic Education) to identify what areas they need to improve on, in order to successfully pass the GED exam. They will be given a prescription based on those scores. A prescription is a set of exercises that will help students improve in the areas that they are weak so that they are prepared to pass the GED. We have helped hundreds of students obtain their high school diplomas. It is never too late!
Please contact us at 727-893-2955 for more information.