Adult Ed Students in Classroom
Adult Ed Students in Classroom
Adult Ed Students Graduating
Adult Ed Students in Classroom
Adult Ed Students Graduating


  • Classes accessible virtually (via Zoom) throughout Coconino County
  • Program sites with services available in Flagstaff, Tuba City, Supai, & Page 
  • Classes free to Coconino County residents ages 16+
  • Multiple pathways to earn a High School Equivalency Diploma
  • Study plans are personalized, offering one-on-one tutoring, in-person classes, and/or independent online courses
  • Free Official GED Practice Tests and opportunities to have GED exam fully funded


For questions regarding GED Testing in Flagstaff, please visit NAU's Testing Center website, or directly contact their staff via phone or email, 928-526-7324 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. GED Testing is also available in Page at Coconino Community College's campus there, see contact info on home page.  Information may also be found on the GED website , where all GED exams are scheduled and paid for.


Please click here if you are interested in the two other non-GED alternatives to achieving your High School Diploma.  AZ-HSE Pathways  


Top 5 Reasons to earn your High School Equivalency Diploma (i.e. GED) @ CCC

#5: Course offerings are flexible and customizable to meet your hectic schedule!
Virtual & In-Person Classes available morning, afternoon, & evening, year-round classes, four program sites in Coconino County, independent online classes and tutoring available to work at your own pace.

#4: Program Participation is 100% Free!
All classes and materials are 100% Free. Program participants also have access to free official GED Practice Tests and GED Exam Funding.

#3: Career Training & Skill-Building Opportunities Available!
Earn industry and/or job skills credentials while studying to get your High School Diploma

#2: College Readiness Training & Entryways Available!
Program participants who earn their high school diploma are eligible for 3 FREE credits from CCC and access to CCC advisors and financial aid opportunities

#1: High School Diplomas Achievable without taking GED exams!
New, alternative high school diploma pathway option that bypasses GED exams by having participants complete a course of academic & career training


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Program Registration Steps for New Participants:

Register Online

  1. Complete the Coconino Community College Application.  Make sure to use an active email account when creating your CCC application profile.  If you don't have a personal email account, please create one; DO NOT use someone else's email address or an inactive account.
  2. Make sure that under the second section, "Academic Goals", you make the following selections.  For the second question, select "Earn a GED or improve English language skills". For the fourth question, select "GED" as your program of interest..
  3. After submitting CCC's online application, use the blue button to continue to the Adult Education online registration form.
  4. Complete the Adult Education program registration form. Select the "Submit" button to finish and progress to the next step.
  5. Verify your identity in a brief Zoom meeting (less than 5 mins.) by signing up using our Scheduling Service.


NOTE: Your program registration CANNOT be fully processed until you complete step #5.


  1. Once your identity is verified and registration documents are processed, you will receive an email directing you to your next step: New Student Orientation.

Register In-Person

  1. Come to either CCC’s Fourth Street Flagstaff or Page campus with your current photo ID.  Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  2. A team member will help you complete CCC’s online application and the Adult Ed. registration form.  They will also need to verify your identity by checking a photo ID. 
  3. Once your registration documents are processed, you will receive an email directing you to your next step: New Student Orientation.

Participants Under 18 yrs. Old (two additional registration steps)

        •  Obtain a Withdraw Form from the last public school you were enrolled in.
          • Students under 18 cannot be enrolled into our program without this form.  
          • If home schooled, parents/guardians should provide a letter stating the student was being home schooled and not enrolled in a public school.


Returning Program Participants (registered previously)

        1.  Complete the Online Form to update your program registration.
        1. Check your email to learn your next steps: either redo orientation, schedule a new placement test, or return to classes.