Affordable quality homeschool curriculum!

The GEDeducare homeschool curriculum offers a learning program that is the first of its kind in South Africa for High school students.  The GEDeducare learning program is aimed at laying the foundations to give students ages 13< or Grade 8 a broader knowledge of the GED®. 

The learning program support students comprehensively to write their 2014 GED® examinations at their nearest Boston college. The GED® Programme offer students a Grade 12 high school equivalency certificate. The National Senior Certificate (or EQUIVALENT) is the minimum requirement for entrance to a Higher Education. GED® is Recognised by HESA & SAQA and is a nationally accredited high school certificate accepted by universities, colleges and employers.

GEDeducare aim to meet the exceptional educational standards set by the GED Testing Service® (GEDTS). GEDeducare homeschool curriculum learning application place emphasis on exceptional educational standards through continual student tasks, tests and assessments.
High school students can join the GEDeducare homeschool curriculum and is ideal for students with learning disabilities such as ADHD/ADD or Dyslexia.

Students on the GEDeducare homeschool curriculum in South Africa can join from high school. Their final exams are written at the age of 16 to obtain their grade 12.

The GED® is a series of 4 subject tests, which is considered an equivalent to Grade 12 and the American High School Graduation Diploma.

The GED® test has four subjects:

  1. Social Studies
  2. Science
  3. Math
  4. English - Reading and Writing

The student can work from home/learning centre/cottage school using The GEDeducare homeschool curriculum to prepare for the GED® test .

The GEDeducare Academy has a once off registration fee with no monthly fees!

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