Get Your High School Diploma
Earning a high school diploma is an important and necessary milestone for acquiring most jobs, employment advancement, or applying to certificate programs or college. Wherever you are on your educational journey, The Tutorial Center can help you achieve that diploma or high school credential.
Experienced staff and instructors can set you on the right path by reviewing your previous education and experience, and then working with you and a local high school to create a personalized graduation plan which suits your needs.
The High School Completion Program (HSCP) is free to Vermont residents who are aged 16 and older.
The HSCP program is offered at both our Bennington and Manchester centers and offers these benefits:
- Student-centered environment
- Customized Graduation Plan for each student
- Flexible daytime and evening schedules
- Classroom and community-based educational experiences
- Work/internship programs that can count as school credit
- Support in college courses to earn credit
- Paying for a driver education course
The HSCP can help you earn your diploma or GED, no matter when you stopped attending school or what your age. Don’t delay: stop in today!
Get Your GED
Through The Tutorial Center’s Adult Education and Literacy program we offer individualized preparation for the GED, including practice tests. TTC is an official GED testing site, so students can register through GED.com to take the 4 required GED tests at our Bennington center.
Classes for English Language Learners
TTC offers free classes for non-native English language learners as part of our Adult Education and Literacy program.
ELL-trained instructors can help improve conversational English, as well as reading, writing, and grammar skills in either day or evening classes.
TTC will help you build confidence in your ability to speak and interact outside the classroom.
Build Reading, Writing and Math Skills
Reading, writing, and math are fundamental skills that can be improved with attendance at TTC’s Adult Education classes. Improving these skills can lead to a new job, a better job, a promotion, or acceptance into a certificate or college program.
Trained instructors, personalized tutoring, and flexible scheduling will allow you to start building skills right away.
The Tutorial Center Partners
Department of Labor: https://labor.vermont.gov/
Community College of Vermont (CCV): https://ccv.edu/
The Tutorial Center is involved every day in Workforce Development with VT Dept of Labor. I cover both Bennington and Manchester, and TTC is my first go-to if we need additional support for our clients. They are an integral part of VDOL Workforce Development team. I would guess that half of my case load has been, is, or will be co-enrolled with The Tutorial Center.
Melany Letourneau, JCSII
Vermont Dept of Labor, SW Region
Stewart’s Makes Donation to The Tutorial Center
Out of 1,990 applicants, Stewart's has decided to make a donation to The Tutorial Center (TTC). We are very grateful to Stewart's for recognizing The Tutorial Center as a worthy cause as one of the few to receive their support. "With so many worthy organizations, we...
“…The sooner you start pursuing your dreams, the sooner you will realize them. The Tutorial Center has a wealth of human resources, information, and support available for just about anyone who needs academic help.”
Contact Us Today!
We’ll help you every step of the way. Simply fill in the contact form with any questions you have or give us a call at 802-447-0111 (Bennington) or 802-362-0222 (Manchester)
Contact Us Today!
We’ll help you every step of the way. Simply fill in the contact form with any questions you have or give us a call at
802-447-0111 (Bennington) or