To earn a TxCHSE (Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency) diploma, you must pass a standardized test to prove your proficiency at the high school level in four major subject areas: science, math, social studies, (with two extended responses) and language arts/reading (with one extended response).
The curriculum ranges from basic literacy level to twelfth-grade level instructions in reading, writing, social studies, science and math. Instruction is a combination of traditional lecture, individualized lab assignments based on assessment results consisting of workbooks and computer drills all aimed at passing the TxCHSE (Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency) tests.
Registration is easy. For exact class dates, times and location information, call (903) 236-2004. You can also take classes online with our distance learning opportunities.
Candidates can complete the Texas Certificate High School Equivalency (TxCHSE) Exam on computer by taking the CBT (computer-based test) option. Candidates may obtain the testing schedule and register online by visiting www.GED.com.