Education

Are you interested in completing a GED program?

There are several programs that offer classes to obtain a GED certificate.

Center Name Address City Zip Phone
 Mira Costa College  One Barnard Dr., Building 3000, #3B  Oceanside  92056  760-795-6685
Centre City Center 1400 Park Blvd. San Diego 92101 619-388-4609
Chula Vista Adult School 1034 Fourth Ave. Chula Vista 91911 619-691-5622
Escondido Adult School 3750 Mary Ln. Escondido 92025 760-739-7300
Foothills Adult Ed. Center 1550 Melody Ln. El Cajon 92019 619-401-4122
Montecito High School 720-9th St. Ramona 92065 760-788-5070
Poway Adult School 13626 Twin Peaks Rd. Poway 92064 858-668-4000
San Dieguito Adult School 675 Balour Dr. Encinitas 92024 760-753-7073
Vista Adult Ed. Center. 305 East Bobier Dr. Vista 92084 760-758-7122
West City Center 3249 Fordham St. San Diego 92110 619-221-6977

FINANCIAL RESOURCES
AB 540 & CA DREAM Act

  • Check out information on AB540, which is legislation that allows undocumented students to qualify for in-state tuition upon meeting certain requirements.
  • The California Dream Act allows undocumented students who qualify for AB540 to apply for financial aid. Click here to find out how you can apply. Look over The California Dream Act: A Guide for Undocumented Students created by Education for Fair Consideration (E4FC)  to understand the financial aid resources available to you and to help you navigate the financial aid application process so you can make college a reality — regardless of your immigration status.
  • 2012-2013 Financial Aid Guide for Undocumented Students: This 21-page guide contains detailed information about AB540 and in-state tuition, California Dream Act (AB130 & AB131), privacy concerns, applying to private colleges, and other sources of financial aid available to undocumented students.

SDDT Scholarship Resource Guide

Other helpful links

If you have any questions regarding any of the educational resources please e-mail us at dreamteamsd@gmail.com.