High School Completion/GED (PUPILS)

Who is a Pupil?

These are students who are 16-19 years of age as of September 1 of the current school year and are non-graduates, who enroll in the following academic classes: GED Prep or High School Completion. Academic classes are free of charge for pupils. After pupils register they will be scheduled for an orientation session. Once orientation is completed students are placed into their courses and they begin to work on their coursework. Students will remain registered through the end of the school year unless they choose to officially drop or are dropped by attendance and or progress violations. Pupils may also have an opportunity to register for Daytime Career Technical Education (CTE) classes free of charge.

Registration Process

ALL Pupils wanting to enroll in GED Prep or High School Completion programs may do so in person only at 4155 Monitor Road, Bay City, MI 48706. Students will begin the registration process by providing:  proof of birth date (i.e... Driver’s License, State ID Card, or Birth Certificate); AND complete transcript(s) from the last attending high school or facility where credits were earned and copy of Official GED Transcript if applicable.

  • NOTE: Students returning who have provided a transcript will not be required to bring another copy, but it will be verified that one is on file.  If a student does not provide/meet all of the above criteria, they will NOT be allowed to enroll. Students 16-18 years of age will need a waiver form signed.  Please contact the Adult Education Office at 989-667-3275 for more details.

 

~Registrations will be taken on an ongoing basis

Registrations will be taken on a first come first serve basis and can not be guaranteed.

For More Information about the program contact us at:

Bay-Arenac ISD
Adult Education

4155 Monitor Road
Bay City, MI 48706
(989) 667-3275 Telephone
(800) 227-6382 Toll Free
(989) 667-3291 Fax

2016-2017 High School/ged registration begins august 23, 2016

 

All Adult Education Program Registrations will be taken on a first come, first serve basis until program(s) are full.