High School Equivalency Preparation (HSE)

A high school equivalency, or HSE, certificate is a recognized alternative to a high school diploma. ROE 33 Adult Education programs assist learners in the preparation for the GED® and HiSET.

ROE 33 is an approved testing site for both GED and Hi-Set testing,  However, all testing is scheduled through Pearson VUE

To learn more about testing details such as eligibility, cost and registration, please go the one of the following testing site links:

  • General Educational Development Test (GED®)
  • High School Equivalency Test (HiSET)
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Hi-Set

Curriculum

i-Pathways/Essential Education

A program designed to offer both online and offline learning options for individuals 17 and older seeking their high school equivalency certificate. This program is offered for night school students. Study areas include Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Basic Math, Mathematics, Basic Writing, and Consumer Education.

ABE-Adult Basic Education

A Pre-Literacy course is an instructional based format for basic beginning level students with a 0-4th grade reading level which helps increase the very basics of reading, writing, speaking, and math skills to help move into the next level of ABE.  With an approved curriculum and courses through ICCB, this program assists clients from a grade 4 through eighth grade competency level as determined by standardized assessment. These students have instructional learning along with supportive computer-based programs to enhance their basic learning skills while developing to an Adult Secondary Education.

ASE-Adult Secondary Education

ASE approved classes aid a student who has leveled up to a 9th-12th grade competency level which will result in the attainment of a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate and prepare them for the workforce, training, and/or post-secondary education through College and Career Readiness Standards. With an approved curriculum and courses through ICCB, this program assists clients from a 9th through 12th grade competency level as determined by standardized assessment. These students have modeled learning along with supportive computer-based programs to enhance their ASE learning skills while developing to secure employment opportunities or enroll in postsecondary education courses or certificates.

Class Location Schedule

Monmouth

105 North E St.
Willits School Building - Classroom 211

Evening:
5pm - 8pm
Tues, Wed, Thurs

Galesburg

235 E Main Street (next to Jimmy John's)

Afternoon: 12:30am - 3:30pm
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs

Evenings: 5pm - 8pm
Tues, Wed, Thurs

HSE Testing Details

Testing Sites

ROE 33 is an approved testing site for both GED and Hi-Set testing,  However, all testing is scheduled through Pearson VUE

To learn more about testing details such as eligibility, cost and registration, please go the one of the following testing site links:

  • General Educational Development Test (GED)
  • High School Equivalency Test (HiSET)

Constitution Tests 

In order to earn an Illinois High School Equivalency Certificate, you must take and pass the Constitution test as required by Illinois Compiled Statutes - School Code (105 ILCS 5/27-3) in addition to passing a GED or Hi-Set test.

Constitution tests are administered by ROE 33 by appointment only.  There is no fee to take the test. 

For more information or to schedule an appointment contact Jodi Forrester at 309-715-7306 or by email jforrester@roe33.net.

GED or Hi-Set Transcripts and Certificates

To request your Illinois High School Equivalency Certificate and/or Official GED Transcript, you must contact the ROE 33 once you have completed your GED or Hi-Set testing. The fee to obtain a certificate is $10, and there is an additional $10 for an official transcript. Please do not send cash in the mail.

Contact Us

Naomi

Naomi Ramage
HSE Instructor

Anita Rutzen

Anita Rutzen
HSE Online Instructor