• Students who are over aged and under credited can participate in the youth  GED program  called ISAEP. The following conditions must be met to enter the program. 

     

    REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTERING THE ISAEP ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    • Be at least 16 years of age
    • Read at the 7.5 grade level or equivalent
    • Complete a GED pre-test and score a minimum of 145 on each of the four subtests
    • Receive a vocational assessment
    • Receive career counseling on the impact of not completing high school

    REQUIREMENTS FOR EXITING THE ISAEP ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    • Successful completion of all requirements of the ISAEP that includes passing the GED Test and the Vocational Education component
    • Re-enrolling in the regular high school program
    • Discontinued involvement with the ISAEP process. (This will result in notifying the attendance officers if the student is under the age of 18)

                  

     

    GED® Testing*

     

    ISAEP students are required to attain a minimum score of 145 on each of the four GED Ready™ practice test sections before being allowed to take any subject on the official GED® test. Passing the GED® test does not constitute completion of the ISAEP program or of the state’s compulsory education requirements. All components of the ISAEP must be completed in order to meet these requirements.

    ISAEP  Components:

    • Career guidance and counseling
    • Attendance in a GED®-preparation class
    • Counseling on the economic impact of failing to complete high school
    • Procedures for re-enrolling in regular high school programs
    • Enrollment in career and technical training
    • Completion of the Economics and Personal Finance requirement