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GED Prep Classes

Registration for the Spring 2018 semester is closed. 

Our next registration will be in August, for classes beginning in September. 

* New students for the GED program are encouraged to  call us at  prior to registration  to set up a pre registration appointment with a guidance counselor.  

                        Students interested in the day program should call (203) 797-4731 for an appointment. 
                            Students interested in the night program should call  (203) 797-4831 for an appointment. 

* All classes are enrolled on a first  come, first served basis. 

* Valid photo ID and proof of residency is required for all programs. See our FAQ's page for more information. 

* Registration for all new students includes a placement test. Please plan on a two hour visit. 

* Children are not permitted and there is no child care available. 

Registration includes orientation and placement surveys. Please plan on a 2 hour visit.

Must bring valid photo ID and proof of residency.
Register for day classes at 10 Crosby Street. 
9:00 am -  2:00 pm
(new students must arrive by 1:00 pm)

Register for evening classes at Danbury High School at 43 Clapboard Ridge Road 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
(new students must arrive by 7 pm)

                                      GED Prep Classes

WERACE offers a GED preparation program to help students prepare for the GED examination.  Classes prepare students for all sections of the exam with a focus on reading, writing and mathematics. Students may also enroll in Adult Basic Education (ABE) classes then progress to GED classes when ready. 

GED classes are offered both day and evening.  Daytime classes are offered at 10 Crosby Street, Danbury, and evening classes are offered at Danbury High School, 43 Clapboard Ridge Road, Danbury.  Classes  are offered in math and reading, and meet twice per week on either a Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs schedule.

Students who are 17 years old must submit documentation that a parent or guardian has signed them out of a Connecticut high school and that they have been out of school at least six months.  Students who are 18 years old must submit an official letter from the last Connecticut high school attended certifying that their class has graduated or that they have been withdrawn from school for at least 6 months.