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.
May 2014 GED Graduation include: Ashley Allender (Carlyle), Jessica Berry (Centralia), Shane Branon (Centralia), Ashley Brehm (Centralia), Kayla Brown (Greenville), Corey Budnicki (Smithboro), Dawn Burch (Ramsey), Deanna Carter (Greenville), Brittany Conrad (Breese), Justin Craig (Vandalia), Devin Dixon (Vandalia), Adriene Enriquez (Centralia), Angelyn Fernandez (Nashville), Tami Gettys (Vendy), Ashley Haar (Nashville), William Hall (Greenville), Ethan Hanabarger (Ramsey), Cheylenne Haxton (Vandalia), Tuan Ho (Irvington), Ronald King (Centralia), Camille Knaus (East Alton), Kole Koehler (Centralia), Megan Langley (Salem), William Lloyd (Nashville), Danielle McCoy (Arnold, MO), Kim Miller (Centralia), Ralph Pasquale (Germantown), Michael Pohlman (Salem), Ninrrod Serrano Prieto (Greenville), Gabrielle Rhiner (Carlyle), Robert (RJ) Risinger (Pocahontas), Amanda Rolfsen (Vandalia), Michael Rolland (Greenville), JoAnn Schwartz (Germantown), Andria Smith (Centralia), Michelle Speedie (Nashville), Tessa Starr (Centralia), Debbie Stuehlmeyer (Irvington), Samantha Tartt (Staunton), Linda Tucker (Greenville), Kenneth Turner (Greenville), Kelsey Waggoner (Salem), Tommie Weischedel (Vandalia), Patty Wilkerson (Shobonier).
Students Brittany Conrad, Ethan Hanabarger, Ninrrod Serrano Prieto, Debbie Stuehlmeyer and Kenneth Turner were all named to the National Adult Education Honor Society.
The first step to enroll in a GED Review class is to attend an orientation session. Orientations are scheduled in both June and July throughout the College District. Please call Traci Kapp at 618-545-3115 for more information.