High School Equivalency - Free

High School Equivalency (formerly GED) classes are a judgment free zone for those looking to practice and test for the HSE exam. Almost 39 million adults in the United States don’t have their high school diploma.

By obtaining their HSE, they will become more marketable to future employers, increase their average lifetime earnings, and opens the doors to advanced training.

This program is in partnership with Marian University.

Class Schedule:

  • Monday – 5:30-8:30 pm
  • Wednesday – 5:30-8:30 pm

English Language Learners - Free

Las clases de inglés son para aquellos que buscan superar las barreras del idioma y mejorar sus habilidades para hablar inglés. Estas ayudan a los estudiantes de todas las edades y niveles a aprender gramática, vocabulario, pronunciación y brindan oportunidades para practicar lo que han aprendido. El objetivo de las clases es ayudar a los estudiantes a mejorar sus habilidades para hablar inglés para que puedan comunicarse con confianza y eficacia.

Horario de la Tarde

Lunes y Miercoles 5:30 – 8:30pm

*Estamos trabajando para traer las clases matutinas de inglés de rregreso. Si a usted le interesan las clases matutinas, complete este formulario y una vez que tengamos suficientes personas para comenzar la clase lo contactaremos.

English Language Learners is for those looking to overcome language barriers and improve their English speaking skills. ELL classes can help speakers of all ages and levels learn grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation and provides opportunities to practice and use what they’ve learned.

The goal of ELL classes is to help students improve their English-speaking skills so they are able to communicate confidently and effectively.

This program is in partnership with Marian University.

Class Schedule:

  • Evenings: Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30pm – 8:30pm

*= Times and Dates are subject to change

Meet The Instructors

Luisa Rocha – I am Luisa Rocha and have a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Since I graduated, I have worked for organizations that contribute to social development. I identify myself as someone who is enthusiastic about social change, social justice and equity for all individuals for whom we work.

I am currently attending Marian University pursuing my Master’s degree in Education and I have taught for the last 3 years in a charter school setting. Also, I am very excited about this new teaching experience and looking forward to working with the students and families at Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center.


Jackeline Bravo – I am a Fulbright scholar from Colombia. I received a Bachelor’s degree in English and French at the University of Narino in my country. I am currently finishing the MA in TESOL (Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages) at the Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis. I came to the US in the Fall 2021 with my family, and we enjoy learning about the American culture. I love teaching English and help others succeed in their life projects through the learning of this language. I plan to study a Doctoral program to become a teacher educator in the future, however, if I am able to accomplish this goal, I would never like to stop teaching ESL students. I truly believe that, as once Nelson Mandela said, “education is the most powerful weapon that we can use to change the world”, so I would like to contribute to this change through bilingual education.



Stephen Wright – My name is Stephen, I have been interested in helping people develop for many years, first starting with Indyreads GED program to working 8 years in Ukraine teaching English. I enjoy the fact that people I help will help others in the future.





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