IGrad school reaches out to former Kent students

The Kent School District is partnering with Green River Community College to help students who have not completed high school.

The iGrad – or Individualized Graduation and Diploma Program – allows former students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma, a Washington State diploma or a GED.

The program is for former students between the ages of 16 and 21. The school district will offer high school classes using Web-based software and will provide individual and small group tutoring and counseling services.

Green River Community College will offer GED classes at the storefront school, 25668 104th Ave. SE, Kent 98031.

Participating students will also be able to take Washington State High School Diploma classes on the Green River Campus and any other class that Green River offers to prepare them for the world of work. These classes will be free of charge to the students.

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction will provide full funding for all participating students.

For more diploma information or to enroll, please call 253-373-GRAD. Call 253-333-4968 for GED information or to enroll.



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