December – Whitney P.
After years of abusive relationships and doing time, I took my destiny into my own hands, starting with my GED. l want my story to inspire others to be brave and make their own future.
November – Tristen C.
After taking the GED practice tests, I learned that I was likely to pass the real test. I could finally see a light at the end of the tunnel.
October – Patricia Z.
I love learning but bullying at school forced me to leave high school. Later, I found my career passion: real estate. Getting my GED was the final step in getting my license.
September – Taniese P.
I’ve been homeless since age thirteen. Education was my way to a better life.
August – Teresa V.M.
By getting my GED, I could show my children that they could dream too, and that a better life was possible.
July – Rabila M.
English is my second language, so it was tough at first. Taking the GED Ready practice tests really helped me gain the confidence to pass the GED.
June – John H.
With the GED, I can go to college and have a career.
May – Paul V.
After leaving a very negative high school environment, achieving the GED on my own was life-changing. Now I’m the co-founder of a non-profit that helps others get their GED credential.
April – Michelle A.
As a young mom, I had to quit high school to work and provide for my child. Getting my GED meant long days, but I’m glad I pulled through and can now pursue my career dreams.
March – Bailey G.
As a teenager, I lost both of my parents and took on caring for my younger siblings. My own education and future seemed out of reach until I found the GED.