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When looking for a job or pursuing a career, having an education offers many benefits. The first step is to obtain a GED or a high school diploma. In Utah you can find a high school near your house by visiting www.usoe.k12.ut.us/lea/districts.htm.

Although the majority of the schools have classes during the day, Horizonte in Salt Lake City offers evening classes for individuals who need to work during the day. Find additional information at www.slc.k12.ut.us/sites/Horizonte/adulths.htm.

After high school, many students choose to further their education by attending college. It is important to note that high school graduation is NOT required for all colleges. However, most will have a Math and English placement exam or another form of academic evaluation if you don’t attend high school.

Mohave Community College has four campuses including one in Colorado City. Financial aid is available and the college offers free GED courses that last eight weeks and can begin at any time. The college also offers on-line classes and you can register by phone. More information is available at www.mohave.edu.

To learn more about the different academic requirements for other schools, you should visit their individual website. A list of schools is available at the following sites:


● Colleges in Utah - http://www.50states.com/college/utah.htm
● Community Colleges in Utah- http://www.50states.com/cc/utah.htm
● Colleges in Arizona - http://www.50states.com/college/arizona.htm
● Community Colleges in Arizona- http://www.50states.com/cc/arizona.htm.

 

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