Earn an Ontario Ministry of Education GED High School Diploma
Join Our GED Test Preparation Class - Evenings
Start Class on Tuesday, July 26,
Classes Held at George Brown College, 200 King Street East, Room 227E, 2nd Floor
One evening class per week 7 - 9pm
-Ontario Certified Teachers -
See Essential Information Page for Course Details
To register go to contact page, read instructions and fill out form
Contact us by email or ph. 647-549-7911
Earn Your GED High School Diploma
The Ontario Ministry of Education allows adults, 18 and older, to receive an official Ministry High School Equivalency Diploma by writing the GED tests.
This is an opportunity for adults 18 or older, who are out of school, to acquire a high school equivalency diploma for purposes of employment, promotion, apprenticeship or further education.
The GED 8 week evening preparation course is now available in Toronto. Evening classes will take place in Toronto at George Brown College. Classes starting soon in Whitby/Oshawa and Mississauga/Etobicoke.
Our 8 week in-class evening course will prepare you to successfully write the GED tests. For full information on locations of classes, cost of course, and how to register, click on Essential Info:
Approximately 400 000 Canadian adults have taken the GED tests. Millions of adults have written the tests in Canada, The United States, England and other countries.
The Ontario GED High School certificate is widely accepted as meeting high school graduation requirements for employment and further education. Graduates have moved on to post secondary education, apprenticeships, promotion at work and employment at major employers such as TCC.