|Grads: GED means more work, college|
|Written by Chandra L. Mattingly|
|Monday, February 18, 2013 6:02 PM|
Their reasons for not completing high school vary, but nine students earned GEDs in Dearborn County so far in the 2012-2013 school year, said GED instructor Mary Abrams.
Others are close to finishing.
For GED grad Stephanie Weaver, Aurora, earning Indiana's high school equivalency credential means a move from part-time work last week to full-time this week. The 17-year-old was a senior when she dropped out of South Dearborn High School.
“I had a lot of drama with people there who wanted to fight me and I couldn't handle it,” she said. Since October, she has been working as a call center agent for Gardens Alive in Greendale. Now she becomes a customer service representative.
Weaver spent only 12 hours in the GED program at Work One, 110 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg, before taking her GED tests.
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