Complete Your High School Education or Earn Your GED Free!
Are you an adult learner who wants to complete high school, or earn your GED? Do you want to do it for free?
- Free high school classes
- Free GED prep sessions
- Free support services
- Free tutoring services
- Free college readiness training
- Free career training
How is this program FREE?
Texas Tech University and TTU K-12, the university's fully online school district, were awarded funding from the U.S. Department of Education and Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) to establish a statewide distance education pilot program to help adult students complete their high school diploma or GED.
This pilot program provides FREE high school classes and GED test prep sessions for adult students throughout Texas who want to complete their diploma or earn their GED.
The program runs through September 2024 and aims to target people age 21+ who left high school without finishing.
TTU K-12 will provide tutoring services, support services, and college/career readiness training for adult students involved in the program.
Through a partnership between TTU, TWC, and TEA, adult students taking part in the program who want to sit for their GED exam will be given GED testing waivers upon completion of the GED preparation program, so the test is at little to no cost to them.
TTU K-12 was established in 1993 to assist students who were not being served in a traditional school setting.