Upcoming Information Sessions


If you have questions like:

How can I get a high school diploma?
I'm terrible at math. How can I get help?
Who can study in the Adult Education program?
I want to take the GED® test. What should I study?


Attend an information session

Date   Time Room
Wednesday 4/3/19 9:00 am Conference Center, E126A
Thursday 4/18/19 9:00 Conference Center, E124A
Tuesday 4/2/19 6:30 pm Student Center, H202
Monday 4/8/19 6:30 pm Student Center, H202
Thursday 4/11/19 6:30 pm Student Center, H202
Wednesday 4/17/19 6:30 pm Student Center, H202
All sessions held at Frederick Community College, Main Campus (Bldg. E is Conference Center / Bldg. H is Student Center)
Adult Education Classes


The Adult Education program at FCC is a grant-funded program providing academic classes and other services to Maryland residents who do not have a high school diploma or who need a skills refresher for their jobs or continuing education. Students must be at least 18 years of age and not enrolled in public school.

Services include:

  • Assessment of academic skills
  • Classes at all levels, from basic skills through high school diploma preparation
  • College & career transition services
  • Employment support services
Earn your diploma

The State of Maryland Offers Two Diploma Options for Adults and Out-of-School Youth


Pass the GED® Test

Take and pass all four sections of the GED® test -- Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies -- to receive a Maryland high school diploma.

Complete the National External Diploma Program

Earn a traditional high school diploma through NEDP's innovative approach. If you qualify you can work from home, the library or wherever you have a computer. The program is flexible and confidential and can be completed in 6 to 12 months. Use the skills you've gained from life and experience to demonstrate your high school level skills.

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