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Hudson: GED prep classes offered by Hudson-Maynard Adult Learning Center

Have you or someone you know dropped out of high school? If so, then the GED program offers you a powerful second chance at attending college or pursuing a career. The General Educational Development test (GED) is the test you must take to receive your Massachusetts State High School Equivalency Diploma.

Hudson-Maynard Adult Learning Center offers free preparation classes for the GED test. All classroom materials are provided at no cost, and classes are held at Hudson High School, 69 Brigham St. A distance learning option is also offered.

For more information, contact Isabel Skoog at 978-567-6250 ext. 0137 or iskoog@hudson.k12.ma.us, or visit www.hmalc-learn.org.

The program is funded by a grant from the MA Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education.

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