JOIN US AT THE 4TH ANNUAL ADDITIONAL WAYS TO GRADUATE FAIRThursday, May 30, 20135:30PM-8:00PMMeet school representatives at Transfer Schools, YABCs, and GED programs and find out how to enroll. Read this flyer or email OPSR@schools.nyc.gov to find out more. Visit this page for event details in translated languages.
18+ Student’s Guide to GEDIf you are 18 and earning a high school diploma by the time you turn 21 isn’t possible, then a GED Plus program could be for you. GED Plus programs help students earn their GED plus prepares them for college and career options. Students who are 17 years old may choose to enroll with parent/guardian permission, but final determinations are made on a case-by-case basis.Find an Option: Contact a Referral CenterReferral Centers for High School Alternatives are one-stop guidance centers, located in every borough, where high school aged students can learn about their academic options. Students interested in GED programs can contact Referral Centers directly or the District 79 Office of Student Support Services at 917-521-3639.21+ Students Guide to OptionsIf you are over 21 and interested in continuing your education, visit the Office of Adult and Continuing Education.
Please contact the Office of Postsecondary Readiness with questions.