- Who should apply to Passages Reengagement?
- What are the hours?
- How long will I be in Passages Reengagement?
- What happens after I've completed Passages Reengagmeent?
- What about transportation?
- Are breakfast and lunch available?
- Is childcare available for Passages Reengagement students?
- Is Passages Reengagement a credit recovery program?
- Will I be able to use my IEP or 504 plan?
- I am new to the district, what options do I have other than my neighborhood high school?
- I am under 16, what are my options?
After you complete Passages Reengagement, you transition on to the next step in your future. That might be a post-secondary option like an apprenticeship, college, or career training. Or you might attend a school to complete the remaining credits for your high school diploma. Whatever you choose, you have our support as you make that transition.
- How long will it take me to get my GED?
- Why do I need to take a GED pretest?
- Do I have to pay for the GED?
- Does Passages GED Transition offer support after program students earn their GED?
It depends on your GED Ready Official Practice Test scores and whether or not you have government issued ID. If your pretest scores are at least 150, and you have government issued ID, you can schedule your official tests. If your pretest scores are below 150, you may need test prep. You will have a meeting with our GED Transition teacher to determine your plan to move forward with your GED.