Your path to success includes graduation. We will support you every step of the way!

Sometimes traditional school isn’t the right fit, and that’s okay. If you’ve decided to study at home for your GED, we can help.  We offer reading, writing, and math classes for young adults age 16-24 who want to improve their skills or prepare for taking the GED. A GED is a real high school diploma from the State of Florida.  Learn more about the GED here.  You can also learn more about money, health, computers, and job skills. You set the goal, and we’ll help you reach it!

What happens after graduation?  We celebrate our graduates every Spring with a graduation ceremony at the Celebration of Success. Once you’ve earned your GED we can connect you with college and career programs at FSCJ, Eckerd Connect or many other partners around town to help you reach your goals. There are so many opportunities!

Want to know more? Check out our FAQs for young adults and parents. Call (904) 238-9000 or fill out the form below. We will call you back to talk.

Young Adult Interest Form

Young Adult Interest Form

Are you under 18?
What are you interested in? (Check all that apply.)
Are you an English Language Learner?

Frequently Asked Questions

Our young adult program includes student ages 16-24 that want to complete high school, earn a GED, explore careers, or earn certifications. If you are still enrolled with the school system as a Home Education student, we can assist you with GED preparation.

They need help to enter a GED program.

They want to improve reading or math skills.

They are looking for a better job.

They want to learn more about money, health, or computers.

Small group classes: Meet once or twice a week with students learning at *your* level. Many classes are hybrid, so you can choose in-person or online.

Independent Learning: Special self-paced software to prepare you for the GED on your own schedule.

Tutoring: Work one-on-one with a tutor to meet your personal goals.

Learning Lab: Our computer Learning Lab is staffed 5 days a week at the duPont Center. Drop in for help on an assignment, your resume, or filling out forms.

Workforce certifications: Servsafe Food Safety Manager, TOSA Google Suite, TOSA CyberCitizen

Classes and computer labs are held throughout Jacksonville and Clay County at the following locations:

-duPont Center  

-Bethel Church

-Wells Fargo Historic Springfield Community Learning Center

-Brentwood Lakes Apartments

-Northside Community Involvement

-Vista Landing

-Orange Park Library

-Middleburg Library

-Southwind Villas

Tutoring takes place at any public place that you and your tutor agree on. Most go to public libraries. We now offer online classes as well.

Classes are Monday – Friday. We have morning and evening classes. Online options are also available.

All of our services are FREE.

Thanks to the generosity of our funders, we are able to offer financial assistance to youth enrolled in our program for:

  • GED testing fees
  • Free bus passes to attend class, lab, or tutoring
  • Transportation to take the GED
  • Limited childcare opportunities

*Financial assistance is limited to students actively enrolled and studying in our program. Please ask for more details.

What our students have said:

Lynn took the time to help me understand and answer my questions. I was able to improve my vocabulary, writing skills, and pronunciation.

– M.M.

Once your confidence builds up, you feel like you can do anything from that point on.

– Mr. W.