What is a GED Bootcamp?
Our GED Graduates of December 2020
Photo credit: Berry Peter’s Photography
Greenville Literacy’s GED Bootcamps are accelerated programs designed to help participants graduate with their GEDs in 14 weeks or less. Because these programs move quickly, qualifying TABE scores in reading and mathematics are required to enroll. Bootcamp students prepare for the four GED subject tests one at a time and take their practice tests and official GED tests as they complete each subject. This allows new students to enroll every two to five weeks rather than waiting for the beginning of the next 14 week cycle.
Some More information about our GED Bootcamps:
|Simpsonville||Center for Community Services|
1102 Howard Drive
Simpsonville, SC 29681
9am – Noon
|Registration – $20|
Class Fee: $25 for each of 4 subjects
(Includes classes, textbook and all testing fees)
|McAlister Square||225 S. Pleasantburg Dr, Ste. C-10|
Greenville, SC 29607
5:30 – 8:30 pm
|Participants may self-pay as in Simpsonville or apply for Goodwill sponsorship.||Harriet Withers|
|Goodwill Youth and Family Services Center||45 East Main Street|
Greenville, SC 29611
|Mon – Thurs|
9am – Noon
|No fees. Sponsored by Goodwill Industries.||Lisa Hall|
Students who are not academically prepared for GED Bootcamp are encouraged to enroll in our traditional GED classes at McAlister Square. These classes move at a more moderate pace, providing instruction in a single subject over a period of 10 weeks. Fees for traditional GED classes are as follows: Registration fee: $20 annually. Class fees: $40 per10 week term.
Please note that:
- Greenville Literacy is a SNAP2Work training partner. Students who receive SNAP benefits may have all costs covered by DSS.
- Most young adults (ages 17 – 24) who have not earned a diploma qualify to have their educational fees covered by Eckerd Connects, which operates Greenville County’s WIOA Youth program.