Tri-State HEP (High School Equivalency program) is a program for migrant and seasonal farmworker students who are unable to graduate from high school because of frequent family moves. The program goals include completion of G.E.D. and placement in post-secondary education, career or the military. Tri-State High School Equivalency Program is 100% funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the Office of Migrant Education. The 2011-2012 grant award is $447,660.00.
For Students interested in Tri-State HEP
Tri-State HEP allows migrants and their families to complete their GED in approximately twenty weeks. We have several satellite locations where we offer GED evening and/or day classes. Classes are located in Liberal, Hugoton, Kansas, Russellville, Dardanelle, Arkansas; and Guymon, Oklahoma.
Eligible students receive free instruction, free books and materials, tutors, opportunities to participate in cultural events, career/job placement information, and a stipend to apply toward personal expenses during the instruction. Classes are taught by skilled professional instructors in both English and Spanish.
For More Information
Please visit the Tri-State HEP website at www.tri-statehep.org