Frequently Asked Questions
This program is for students who want to earn their High School Equivalency Certificate. This program includes official practice testing, and college and career readiness transitions. Once you pass the HiSET we can help pay for your college classes. The testing option at Western is the HiSET™ Test. Test offered in both paper and computer based options.
For non-native English speakers wanting help understanding, speaking, reading, and writing the English language. Become more integrated into society by learning about American culture, customs and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. There are two programs 1) Free classes 2) College Certificate program. Our program also offers a Civics course to assist students with the Citizenship test.
This program is for High School students who need credits to graduate. They can earn up to 4 credits, taking 1 or 2 at a time in English, Math, Social Studies, and Science. You must be recommended by your High School counselor and take a pre-test to qualify. On the pre-test you must score at least at an 8th grade level.
For students who have their high school diploma or equivalency and want to “brush up” or improve their academic skills to upgrade their employment opportunities or pursue further education. Classes offered include reading, writing, math and college and career transitions
Are you wanting to take the U.S. Citizenship test? This class can help prepare you for the test. It is a 4 week course, classes are 2 evenings a week during the spring semester.
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