Due to the COVID-19 emergency, PRACEP offices are currently closed.
If you want to get started on your GED, go to www.ged,com for free practice questions and other information.
Piedmont Regional Adult and Career Education Programs (PRACEP), in Planning District 9 (Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, Orange and Rappahannock. Counties), is one of 22 regional adult education programs funded by the Virginia Department of Education's Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education.
Almost one million adults in Virginia do not have a high school diploma or GED®. PRACEP's goal is to prepare as many individuals as possible for post secondary education and/or careers, and provide English language classes for non-native speakers.
PRACEP is an official Pearson VUE GED® testing provider.
We are continuously developing partnerships and programs to help learners with career pathway activities (academic and work force skills) needed
to successfully transition into college and careers.
The mission of PRACEP, in collaboration with mandated WIOA partners, is to raise the educational levels of eligible adults by providing academic instruction in a caring environment that strengthens literacy and English language skills, promotes the attainment of GED® credentials and provides the foundation for post-secondary education and highly skilled employment.
Call for an appointment at a location close to you. 540-718-8243
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Register at www.ged.com if you are interested in taking the GED® test.
This year's 2020 Educator Paraprofessional cohort is currently underway! PRACEP is looking for individuals interested in becoming education "Paras." This is a 6-month program leading to certification as a education Paraprofessional (Industry credential) and a career path in the education field.
Rosario received his GED credential in December and is headed to Lord Fairfax Community College. Originally from Italy, Rosario speaks several languages, but was determined to take the GED in English.Rosario and his instructor Jackie worked together for more than a year to achieve his goal and now he is off to study accounting.and we know he will be a success with that as well.
PRACEP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, political affiliation, sex, gender, age, marital status, genetic information or disability in its employment practices or educational program and activities. Compliance inquiries should be directed to the
Regional Program Manger by phone at 540-718-8243.