High School Equivalency Programs

If you're looking to finish high school, CCBC has two options: GED or high school diploma. Students must be at least 18 years of age and officially withdrawn from high school to participate. After attending an assessment session, CCBC will help students register for the best program to fit their current skill level and time commitment.

The 12-week General Education Development (GED) program helps students learn language arts (reading and writing), social studies, science and mathematics to prepare for the GED exam. Learn more about the GED program»

High School Diploma
Earn a Maryland State High School Diploma within 15 months by demonstrating academic skills in reading, writing, mathematics, oral communication, problem-solving, critical thinking, and communication technology in eight competency areas. Learn more about the high school diploma program»

Still in high school?

Current high school students and students under 18 years of age should consider these options: CCBC offers a wide range of educational classes year around for high school students.
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