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Academic Education

West End Neighborhood House offers FREE educational opportunities (including GED®) for Delaware residents age 16 and +. Services are designed to help individuals build the critical thinking skills necessary to increase literacy, enhance employability, and gain and retain employment. Orientation is held every Friday. If you plan to attend, please:

• Schedule in advance
• Bring Social Security card and Delaware State ID
• Expect to stay approximately 3 hours

To schedule an appointment call: 302-658-4171.

Our Educational Program provides a unique, individualized approach, including:

• Basic Reading and Math Skills Instruction
• GED® Preparation Classes and Testing*
• Self-paced, individual tutoring
• Support Services for transition to college, advanced training, and the military
• Educational Fee Assistance

For additional information, contact Anya Lindsey at 302-658-4171 x 161 or alindsey@westendnh.org.

Interested in helping cover the cost of a student’s GED exam? Make a contribution to the Second Chances Fund (a West End initiative). Click here for more info.

Additional services include Life Skills activities:

• Mentoring
• Community Service Activities
• Leadership Development
• Social, Emotional & Behavioral Health

Education classes are held Monday – Thursday from 9:00AM – 1:00PM

Thank You for the Support!

Due to the generosity of our community, we’ve been able to foster self-sufficiency since the 1880s.