The Individual Student Alternative Education Plan (ISAEP) program prepares students to work towards getting their GED® while developing career and technical education skills. The program serves students ages 16 to 18. 

The framework for instruction is student-driven and based on individual needs. There are several computer-based programs that students can access and utilize at their own pace. There are also numerous other classroom resources for the students to use as they prepare for the GED® test. Students may re-enroll in a regular classroom environment at any time. 

Enrollment Requirements:

  • Initial Principal-Parent Student (PPS) meeting
  • 7.5 grade equivalent score on the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) in Reading and Math
  • Achieve a score of at least 130 on each of the subtests of the GED Ready Official Practice Test
  • Have a state-issued photo ID

For more information and for any forms you need to participate in this program, please contact Brian Ford.

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