The average annual income for a high-school dropout in 2005 was $17,299, compared to $26,933 for a high-school graduate, a difference of $9,634.
(Source: US Bureau of Census, 2006)
The FREE GED Camp helps you prepare to pass the GED Test, offering instruction in the four GED Test areas: Language Arts (reading and writing), Math, Science and Social Studies.
Camp meets Monday – Friday, 9 am-noon for 10 weeks (may be shorter for some students, depending upon individual needs). Evening classes (5:30-7 pm) may be an option for those who work during the day.
Camp location: First Presbyterian Church, 540 William Hilton Parkway (near the Bargain Box), Hilton Head.
While the GED Camp is free for students, commitment by students is essential. Students must attend all classes, be on time, and complete assigned work.
Requirements for GED Camp: Attendees must be at least 17 years of age and take the TABE Test (Test for Adult Basic Education) to determine the applicant’s readiness to participate in the Camp.