GED Program

Student in class using a calculator

Many students choose the GED Plus Program as an alternative to a traditional high school diploma.

The GED program offers a shorter class day, college, and career support.  GED students participate in classes from 4 p.m.–6 p.m. in order to build their skills in preparation to pass the four, senior-level GED tests:

For more information regarding test logistics, please refer to GED.com.

In addition to intervention classes, students are available to concurrently enroll in career and college readiness courses. Students are required to work with our school counselor. The work will include, but is not limited to, creating a resume; participating in job shadows; touring local trade schools, community colleges, four-year colleges; and filling out job and college applications.

GED students also have the opportunity to participate in concurrent enrollment at Montbello Career and Technical High School and local community colleges while enrolled in the GED program.

GED candidates must be at least 17 years old and be able to present a valid government-issued ID (foreign or domestic). Students should expect to be in school at least two hours a day, four days weekly, with extra tutoring available on Fridays. The duration of the program varies from student to student. Montbello Technical High School will reimburse the cost of the tests as long as program requirements are satisfied.

All students are encouraged to apply and must attend an interview prior to being accepted. This is a preliminary process to being accepted into MCT.

If you have any questions, email Sanice Rhea or call 720-423-7223.

Learn more information about GED Tests.