GED Student portal
Adult Basic Education (ABE) is a foundational pathway, often bridging the gap between a student dropping out of high school and pursuing high school equivalency (HSE) certification.
ABE supports students in developing the literacy and problem-solving skills necessary to succeed in an HSE program and continue on the pathway to college, meaningful employment, and healthy lives.
For more information, please contact:
(989) 317-4760, ext. 238
(989) 317-4760, ext. 251
Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College is an organization devoted to quality learning, and has an interest in convenient and accessible learning options suitable for students.
The Tribal College’s GED (General Equivalency Diploma) program is an online program that allows students to work at their own pace through the use of the “Aztec” software.
The Aztec software consists of three academic levels: Aztec’s Foundations, Aztec’s Pre-Hse Series, and Aztec’s GED Prep Solution (in order from lowest to highest).
In order to move up in academic levels, an 80% satisfactory score must be achieved. Once a student reaches an 80% score on the practice tests within the Aztec software, he/she is given a final practice test to pass. It is after this final practice test when he/she will be given an official test at our state-certified testing facility.