1. Can I register for classes online or over the phone?
Registration is in person only on a first-come, first-served basis at the class site during the scheduled registration dates for the class. If you miss registration, you need to wait for an opening in that class. Look for another class with a later registration date, or attend registration for the next session.
2. Do I have to live in the same area where the classes are held?
Generally, there are no residency requirements. You attend classes in any area where we offer classes.
3. Where do I take the GED test?
HCDE Adult education only helps you prepare to take the GED test. For official information on the GED test requirements and a list official GED Testing Centers visit http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/ged/
4. How long does it take me to get my GED?
Your readiness to pass the GED test depends on many factors. Factors include your previous level of education, years away from formal schooling and time and effort devoted to preparing for the test. Your GED instructors let you know when you are ready to succeed.
5. Where can I find a schedule of the next classes and registration?
Find the Schedule of Classes on the main Adult Education
page. Confused? Call (713) 692-6216 for live help.
6. How much do the classes cost?
All classes and materials are free-of-charge to the public. The funds to support adult education come from federal and state grants.