Do you want to earn your HSE (high school equivalency -GED®, TASC, HiSET), but you need a class schedule that works for you? At Seeds of Literacy, we understand that lots of adults have busy lives. That’s why we have flexible class times to help you get the tutoring you need.
“Don’t give up. Remind yourself you can do it. Keep moving ahead. Don’t look back.” – Rosemarie, Seeds of Literacy graduate
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Where are classes?
We have two locations where you can take classes. You can go to whichever location is better for you.
3104 W. 25th Street, 3rd Floor
(corner of W. 25th & Clark Avenue)
Cleveland, OH 44109
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13815 Kinsman Road
(corner of Kinsman & E. 139th Street)
Cleveland, OH 44120
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Both locations are located on bus lines and have secure parking.
What are the class times?
The class schedule is a little different at each location.
W. 25th Classes
Can I come to more than one class time?
Absolutely! You’re not stuck to just one class time. You can attend as many class sessions as possible – even three classes a day if you want! The more often you come to class, the faster you will make progress.
Do I have to come to class every day?
Come to class as often as you can! That will help you build up your skills. You don’t have to come to class every day, though. Come to at least two or three classes a week to keep making good progress. You can decide what days and class times work best for you.
What does a class session look like?
GED® classes at Seeds of Literacy aren’t set up like classes you might have had before. We don’t have one teacher at the front of the room who teaches everyone the same thing at the same time. Instead, each student does work at their own skill level and at their own speed. There are tutors to help you one-to-one with whatever you’re learning.
This is a short video of a real class session at Seeds of Literacy. You’ll see that some students are choosing to work by themselves. Other students are getting help from tutors.
How long before I take my GED test?
Each person is different and needs a different amount of time to get ready for the GED test. Our program lets you take as long as you need. We have classes all year long, so you can stay with us until you’re ready.
Pretty much everyone will need at least a few months of tutoring before they have the GED skills they need. Most people will need longer. It might take a few years, and that’s normal. The important thing is that you know how important getting your GED is, and you stick with it.