What is eLearn?
eLearn is a free online program for anyone studying to earn a high school equivalency diploma (HiSET, formerly the GED) and transition to college and career pathways.
eLearn classes are all online! After testing and orientation at the City Park Campus, everything can be done online. All you need is a computer (not just a smartphone) with internet access and the ability to manage your time effectively.
There are several parts to the eLearn Program:
You'll come to our City Park Campus once for Orientation and every few months for ongoing testing to help measure progress and figure out which classes to take.
New classes in reading, writing, social studies, science, and math start every month. Take any classes to learn and study towards your goals. And all classes are online.
There are 2 types of tests you'll take in eLearn. Our program testing (called the TABE test) will help you measure your levels in English and Math and figure out which classes to take.
The Official HiSET is what you'll pass to earn a diploma. It’s always up to you to decide when you’re ready for the real test. You can try a free practice test at home and talk with your coach to register for the real exam.
All online students will be paired with a coach that is here to help you succeed online. Your coach will check-in weekly and help you navigate everything eLearn as you progress towards your goals.
Are you ready for an online class?
After applying online, we'll help you get started with your first online class. It's called "Getting Started Online" and will help you figure out if taking classes from home is right for you.
We'll also help you explore the eLearn Program including what to expect after you finish the first class.
How do I apply to eLearn?
There are a few parts to the process.
1. Submit a Form
2. Try an Online Class
Your first online class starts a few weeks after you apply online.
3. Attend Orientation
After you finish your first online class.
4. Start Studying Online
Take classes in reading, writing, math, and everything elose on HiSET!
- You'll need a Gmail address to take the first online class. If you don't have a Gmail account, you can create one for free now at Gmail.com.
- You can apply to eLearn anytime throughout the year. The first step is to submit an online form.You will enter basic information about yourself and also select the programs that you are interested in joining. Be sure to choose "eLearn" on the form.