WHAT IS ISAEP?
The Individual Student Alternative Education Plan (ISAEP) program prepares certain secondary students to take the Tests of General Educational Development (GED) while developing career and technical education skills.
WHAT ARE THE AGE REQUIREMENTS TO ENROLL?
A student must be at least 16 years of age and enrolled in their home school before enrolling in the ISAEP program.
WHAT ARE THE GOALS OF THE PROGRAM?
To get the student back into school
To train the student towards successful completion of the GED
Provide vocational and career skills to allow for successful transition into the workforce or higher education
WHAT ARE THE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS?
The student must:
Receive career guidance counseling from his home school prior to enrollment in the GED program
Be enrolled in a CTE program leading towards an industry certification or workplace readiness skills assessment
Successfully complete Economics and Personal Finance
Receive a grade level score of 7.5 or higher on a standardized reading test or pass the 8th grade reading SOL
Score a 125 or higher on each of the GED ready tests
Spend a minimum of 15 hours per week on high school level academic content designed to prepare the student for the GED test
Spend a minimum of 10 hours per week on work-based or career transition education
Score a 150 or higher on EACH of the GED Ready tests prior to taking the GED test
Attend class regularly
WHAT STEPS ARE INVOLVED IN COMPLETING THE PROGRAM?
Passing all 4 components of the GED test
Completing a VDOE approved certification course
Successfully completing EPF
**A student that completes the ISAEP program will be allowed to walk with the graduating class of his/her high school**
Referral and Enrollment Form