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March 20, 2014

Finish High School

EXETER — HiSET® (High School Equivalency) has replaced the GED in NH! Like the GED, it provides an opportunity to earn a high school equivalency certificate.

If you didn’t finish high school and would like to prepare for the HiSET® test come to Exeter Adult Education. They can help you work on your reading, writing, and math skills. They can also assist you to improve your speaking, vocabulary, reading, or writing of English.

Classes are small and in a relaxed atmosphere. There are openings in morning and evening classes for HiSET preparation, basic skills and English Language learning for speakers of other languages (ESOL). Classes meet in the mornings, on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays and evenings on Monday and Thursdays.

All interested adult students should call Exeter Adult Education at 775-8459. Classes meet at the Tuck Learning Campus, (former Exeter High School), Entrance D, 30 Linden Street, Exeter.

For more information about their programs, please visit their website at http://adulted.sau16.org or find them on Facebook.

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    Successful Conservation Collaboration Posted 3 days ago 1 Photo
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