Kaskaskia College recently held a GED graduation ceremony in the Lifelong Learning Center.
Kaskaskia College offers a GED scholarship to eligible GED® graduates. The scholarship covers tuition and student technology fees and may be awarded for up to 48 credit hours as long as the student meets eligibility requirements and attends consecutive semesters.
October 2013 GED Graduation include: Emma Chapman (Centralia), Bernice Husher (Centralia), Lisa Brown (Vandalia), Cynthia Gomez (Salem), Kayla Price (Centralia), Bethany Randolph (Iuka), June Ruscher (Kell), Ashley Aide (Salem), Adrianne Bell (Nashville), Cathlina Berry (Salem), Rachel Coker (Salem), William Collins (Centralia), Ethan Davis (Hoyleton), Dixie Faulkner (Kell), Sean Finkbone (Centralia), Katelyn Hensley (Walnut Hill), Loretta Hulsey (Centralia), Robert Jolly (Trenton), Angel Jones (Centralia), Tasha Kennedy (Centralia),
Adam Krause (Salem), Braxton Lehde (Nashville), Amber Perchez (Salem), Alexandera Roper (Centralia), Delano Sarchet (Vandalia), Jessica Sexton (Pocahontas), Shea Terry (Centralia), F. Tessman (Vandalia), Joseph Tipton (Trenton), Devron Tyson (Centralia), Dylan Weisbrodt (Okawville).
Students Lisa Brown, Cynthia Gomez, Kayla Price, Bethany Randolph and June Ruscher were all named to the National Adult Education Honor Society. Emma Chapman and Bernice Husher were both given a Certificate of Recognition in honor of academic achievement. Will Summers of Nashville was also recognized for his services as a GED tutor.
The first step to enroll in a GED Review class is to attend an orientation session. Orientations Please call Traci Kapp at 618-545-3115 for more information.