Finger Lakes Community College is offering free classes in Ontario, Wayne and Yates counties for adults who want to get a free high school diploma and move onto more advanced training.

“We have lots of opportunities for our high school equivalency students to learn more about FLCC’s college-level programs so they can make plans for the future, even as they finish their high school requirements,” said Kathleen Guy, adult basic education coordinator.

Classes that prepare students for the Test Assessing Secondary Completion to earn their high school equivalency diploma are offered in Canandaigua, Geneva, Newark, Penn Yan, Sodus, Wolcott and Victor. FLCC offers small class sizes and a mix of day and evening classes.

FLCC also offers English as a second language classes to help non-native speakers improve their skills. These classes are held days and evenings in Geneva and afternoons at the Ontario County Complex in Hopewell. Spanish speakers can attend TASC preparation in their own language at a special program offered in Lyons and Geneva.

Students must meet with an FLCC representative before starting a program. To make an appointment, call 585-785-1431 or 585-785-1544.

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