“This the first time in my life that I go to work every day with a smile on my face.”
— Summit Graduate
“Summit Academy changed my life! I am living proof!”
— Summit Graduate
“The best social service program in the world is a job.”
— Louis King, Summit Academy OIC President & CEO
“Seeing students actually finish. That is what Summit is all about… changing lives.”
— Summit Staff
The Summit Difference
Making the decision to return to school for your GED is a commitment to bettering yourself and we commend you for it. We take your commitment seriously, and that’s why we developed a program that will help you succeed from start to finish.
10 week GED classes
Tuition & Testing is 100% covered
Programs start every 10 weeks
Get your GED and then choose a career in our Construction, Healthcare, or IT program when you are finished
Class schedule is Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m. – 2:50 p.m.
What is a GED & what is TABE?
GED (General Educational Diploma) is a battery of tests to certify your aptitude, knowledge, and skills. Once passed, the test certifies the individual has met high school-level academic skills.
TABE (Test for Adult Basic Education) is a diagnostic test used to determine a person’s skill level. Summit uses the TABE test for admissions as proof of satisfactory performance.
If you’ve been out of school for a while and are nervous about taking the TABE, you can practice here.
- Mathematical Reasoning
- Reasoning through Language Arts
- Social Studies
Tuition to Change Your Future
You will have NO OUT-OF-POCKET expenses to cover tuition and no extra fees to pay. Our financial aid office is committed to administering gift aid to ensure that your tuition is covered. As an institution, we do not participate in Federal or State Student Loan programs, so there are NO LOANS TO PAY BACK.
Why should you enroll at Summit?
Program Curriculum & Schedule
- Social studies
- Reasoning through language arts
- Accuplacer testing
- S.M.A.R.T. Goals
*The 10-week GED program must be completed prior to the 20-week vocational program of your choice. Students will transition to a vocational program only after successful completion of the GED program, per Summit admissions requirements.
*The GED program is not accredited by the Council on Occupational Education and does not qualify for Title IV financial aid assistance.