CVABE helps students of all ages with reading, writing, math, and technology skills to meet high school completion requirements.
High School Diploma
Students age 16 and over can earn a diploma from a participating high school. CVABE helps students with basic skills acquisition and development of an individualized graduation plan to meet the high school’s requirements.
The GED (General Educational Development) is nationally recognized as a high school equivalency. Teachers help students to study for this credential. Official GED testing is regularly scheduled at CVABE Learning Centers. There is a test fee.
Contracts with High Schools
Some Central Vermont high schools contract with CVABE to provide individualized alternative diploma program services to their enrolled high school students.
Which is right for you, earning a high school diploma or a GED credential? Call your nearest CVABE Learning Center or (802)476-4588 to talk to one of our teachers about your options.