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  • GED tests offered every Thursday

    Sunrise Tech Center can help you pass the exams and move on to your next life adventure. Last year 44 of our students passed. We offer GED® preparation classes and other basic computer classes to prepare you for the GED®. Registration for the class is every Monday at 2:30pm in room 10. Students often ask---In what order should they take the GED® test subjects? While there’s no “best” order, we wanted to share a recommended strategy that has led to noticeable improvement in student GED® test success. Here’s what Katie Stoecker, former Michigan-area GED® program administrator and current GED Testing Service student advisor suggests: • • Reasoning Through Language Arts • • Social Studies • • Science • • Mathematical Reasoning Sunrise Tech Center is testing Thursdays from 4:00pm-7:00pm and may be adding additional days and times later this spring. Please continue to check this website for the latest information.

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  • Office Assistant Certificate

    Office Assistant Certificate Program has been updated for the 2015/2016 school year to allow you to earn your certificate in a single semester! The Office Assistant Certificate program’s step-by-step classes give students knowledge and skills for computer application programs including Windows, word processing, and spreadsheets. Achieving a proficiency of touch-type keyboarding speed of 40 wpm with 5 or less errors is required. These classes provide training for essential skills required for Office Assistant responsibilities. Students may enroll in classes individually and earn a class certificate. Or students may register for a series of courses to earn an Office Assistant Program certificate.

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Common Core

Common Core logo Big changes are underway in your students’ classrooms: 46 states across the country have adopted key academic standards that will replace current California standards in English/language arts and math. 
The goal of the rigorous Common Core State Standards is to instill the 21st century, higher-thinking skills that prepare all students for college and their careers - as well as to succeed in a global economy and society.