Career Plus HSE

Take college courses and earn your high school equivalency at the same time.

  • Want to earn a high school equivalency without taking a high-stakes test?
  • Want a better job?
  • Want to earn more money?

If you answered yes, Career Plus HSE (high school equivalency) is the choice for you.

Career Plus HSE offers the flexibility to earn a high school equivalency (GED) without the stress of a high-stakes test. Georgians age 21 and older without a high school diploma can acquire a basic education and high-demand workforce skills at the same time. Complete coursework to become certified in your chosen career path. 

Why is Career Plus HSE right for me?

  • Get your high school equivalency without taking a high-stakes test.
  • Transfer in high school credits or GED tests you have already completed.
  • Online high school courses available 24/7.
  • Enroll in college courses right away.
  • Tuition-free programs available.
  • Earn more money with a postsecondary credential.
  • Receive one-on-one support from Adult Education staff.
To qualify for Career Plus HSE you must:
  • Be 21 years old or older
  • Provide sealed transcript from high school
  • Enroll in Savannah Tech’s Adult Education program
  • Meet the pre-assessment requirements 

Flexibility Beyond Testing – the beginning of your future:

  • Two TCCs or Associate Degree or Diploma
  • High School credits and GED or HiSET Test Scores and Online Courses

Flexible. Affordable. At Your Own Pace. Find out more today. 

Steps to Enroll in Career Plus HSE:

  1. Contact Transition Specialist: (912) 443-5344 to ask about Career Plus HSE
  2. Set up an appointment with the Transition Specialist
  3. Enroll into the Adult Education program 
  4. Complete your financial aid application (Click Here)
  5. Take the Accuplacer Test (Click Here for more information). – SUSPENDED
  6. Complete the STC Admissions Packet along with the $25 fee
  7. Finalize your financial aid
  8. Select your career training program and enroll in your college classes
  9. Maintain enrollment in Adult Education and your College Program until you complete your Adult Education program.
  10. Complete your College Program (two TCCs, diploma or associate degree) to earn your high school equivalency and career training simultaneously