Locations GED2014 Information Orientations
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Our site in Kettering (pictured above) is located at 3750 Far Hills Ave. Enter through Door # 6 in the middle of the back of the building and go to the second floor.
- Our morning GED and ESL classes meets on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9 AM to 12 PM with split instruction for GED, one section focused solely on Math and the other focused around the Reading/Writing/Critical Thinking components necessary for success on the GED test. ESL classes are leveled according to your reading/writing abilities.
- If you test into the Advanced ESL class, that meets on Monday and Wednesday morning from 9 AM until 12 PM.
- Evening ESL and GED classes (GED Core and GED Advanced) meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-8:30 PM.
If none of these class times or locations fit into your busy schedule, we do offer distance education classes online for students trying to strengthen their skills in either subject area and/or prepare for the GED test. Give us a call or send us an email today for more information on all of the exciting opportunities that Kettering ABLE is offering!
Our classes are free, and materials are provided to the students (assignments, notes, and worksheets to strengthen skills).
Any student wishing to join one of our classes must complete the orientation process and then they will be able to begin the next session of our classes. Students must attend both parts being offered on the dates specified below.
All Orientations are Conducted at our Kettering Site.
Kettering (3750 Far Hills Ave.) (Must Attend Both Parts)
GED AM Orientation - Part 1 - March 15 at 9 AM
Part 2 - March 16 at 9 AM
ESOL AM Orientation - Part 1 March 13 at 9 AM
Part 2 March 14 at 9 AM
GED and ESOL PM Orientation - Part 1 - March 14 at 6 PM Part 2 - March 16 at 6 PM
Interested students can contact our office at 499-1452, email Katie Miller for information, or show up on time and we will make sure you can complete the process. It is best if you are there about 15 minutes early.
As long as students know their personal information (address, s.s.#,DOB, phone #, email), they do not need to bring any other materials to orientation. We will provide students with all of the materials needed for classes, but it is a great idea to have a notebook, a pen, and a pencil. Back to the Top
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Kettering ABLE operates with the support and monitoring of Ohio ABLE (a member of the Ohio Department of Higher Education). The Ohio Department of Higher Education is the governing board for public colleges, universities, and adult education centers in Ohio.
We work in partnership with Project Read, the Dayton area's literacy coalition. Project Read refers adults to Dayton area GED and English class sites. Students who attend regularly are also eligible for free one-on-one tutoring with a trained volunteer through Project Read in addition to their classes.