In partnership with the Tri-C GED Consortium and L.E.A.D, Institute, GED and ESOL classes are offered at selected Cleveland Public Library Branches and Main Library. Click here for more information and to register.
Main Library — Classes offered: GED
Collinwood — Classes offered: GED
Eastman — Classes offered: GED
Fleet — Classes offered: GED
Fulton — Classes offered: ESOL
Glenville — Classes offered: GED
Walz — Classes offered: GED
What is GED?
The GED (General Educational Development) test is a group of five subject tests which provides many students that did not finish high school an opportunity to earn an Ohio High School Equivalence Diploma. Like a regular high school diploma, the GED diploma gives the diploma holder the opportunity to obtain employment, to apply for career advancement, to pursue higher education goals, or to reach a personal goal.
What is ESOL?
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) & Citizenship is a program designed for non-native English speaking adults who desire to improve their listening, speaking, writing, and communication skills in the area of finding and/or keeping a job. The Citizenship class prepares those who wish to take the test to obtain United States citizenship.