URCEO GED Program Newsletter
GED Program at URCEO
Did you know Juniors and Seniors can finish their GED at URCEO? If you are an 11th, 12th grade or 5th year senior and have too many credits left to complete in High School, the GED may be a good path for you. We offer a free GED program to students in the Eagle Point School District (EPSD 9). If you are ready to take the next step in life after high school and need a little extra help - let us know. You can stop by, call or email us anytime for information. We will help create a path to a better future for you.
GED Attendance Requirements
Every student will need to have a practice or actual test date on the calendar at all times. If a student no-shows on the date of their scheduled test (practice or actual), they are considered absent.
Your URCEO Support Team
Mrs. Evans Advisor & Attendance 541.830.6261
Mr. Hakala: URCEO Principal 541.830.6602
URCEO GED Program Update
Transportation to URCEO is available on regular school bus routes at student request-this needs to be confirmed with the office.
All current GED Students should have completed a minimum of ONE PRACTICE TEST and be preparing for the actual exam in the same content area. When students complete the practice test, they get a score that can indicate what they need to do to be prepared for passing the actual exam.
GED students must demonstrate attendance with a weekly check-in. If a two-week period with no check-ins occurs, a 10-day drop will be completed. Weekly check-ins include in person attendance on campus or two way communication with Mr. Marinucci. Students not progressing on the tests will be required to come on campus for study sessions.
Using Your Practice Scores to Determine Your Study Timeline
URCEO Mission and Vision
Serve the diverse learners of our community by providing a quality virtual educational experience for all K-12 students to ensure their success in an ever changing world.
Nurture and guide all students through equitable educational opportunities that encourage students to take ownership of their learning and develop into lifelong learners.