Ontario High School Equivalency Certificate (GED)
GED Tests allow people who have not finished high school the opportunity to demonstrate high school academic knowledge and skills. Successful GED candidates earn the Ontario High School Equivalence Certificate.
Our Ontario Certified Teachers combine one-to-one instruction using cutting edge curriculum and support materials with the effectiveness and flexibility of an accommodated, Student-Centred Learning Environment.
Our GED program will help clients whose skills are above a grade 9 level, who do not have a high school Diploma and require too many credits, taking too much time, in order to acquire this credential. The GED program will prepare clients for College or technical programs. In some cases, the GED (often with individual computer literacy courses) in itself qualifies a client for employment in their chosen Occupation goal.
TVO administers the Independent Learning Centre (ILC), the province’s designated provider of distance learning. Please visit the following link for more details on the GED program: