Hopelink’s GED/High School+ program prepares students to earn their GED or high school diploma so they can get a better job, prepare for college, or fulfill their personal goals. Online and in person learning opportunities are available. The program is free and includes all necessary materials needed to participate.

Program Highlights

  • All classes, tutoring and materials are free  
  • Small classes to prepare for math, science, social studies, and language arts GED exams  
  • Scholarships to pay for GED exams  
  • Tips and strategies for taking tests  
  • College and career planning  
  • One-on-one tutoring 

Program Requirements

  • In need of a high school diploma or GED
  • Live near a Hopelink Center
  • Not have a temporary visa (for example, individuals who have a B, F, J, M, or other non-immigrant visa are not eligible)
  • Be at least 16 years old and not enrolled, or required to be enrolled, in secondary school

Current Class Schedules

  • GED Prep classes are held at Hopelink in Redmond (8990 154th Ave NE, Redmond) on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-7:00 PM.
  • More options are coming later this year!

Please fill out the form below, and we will contact you with more information about upcoming classes. You can also contact us at 425-941-7004 or GED@hopelink.org.

About GED/High School+

Hopelink offers two pathways to earn a high school credential: GED and High School+ (HS+). Students attend GED classes to develop reading, writing, math, and computer skills in preparation to pass all four GED exams. For HS+, Hopelink partners with local colleges to support students as they earn credits toward a high school diploma.
Students work with the teacher to create a customized study plan to match their goals and needs. Students attend GED classes or HS+ check-in sessions each week and study independently using materials we provide.

We are passionate about supporting students in reaching their goals. We connect students to tutors for extra support in math and to career advisors for guidance on enrolling in college or getting a job that matches their skills and interests. Computers are available for students to borrow if needed. We also provide scholarships to cover the cost of GED exam fees.

What students say about GED/High School+ classes

“The class setting is great. I enjoy when I get to come to class to progress towards my future.”

“Math is my weakest subject. The tutors are outstanding, and they explain things in very easy to understand methods.”

“I want to thank my career advocate for taking the time to go over everything with me. I greatly appreciated it all. I walked out of our meeting feeling I actually had someone in my corner and not alone.”

“I love how nice and helpful everyone is, and I love that everyone gets to go at their own pace. This class is the most helpful thing I have ever been in.”