Opportunities Unlimited and GED programs recognize achievements of 2018 graduates - see the list!

Several dedicated students received their diplomas through the PSD General Education Development (GED) and Opportunities Unlimited programs during a memorable ceremony May 22. 

Congratulations to these impressive 2018 PSD graduates!

  • Margarita Acevedo
  • Britnee Alvarado
  • Charles Channel
  • Christopher Clark
  • Jacob Clouse
  • Carmen Desantiago
  • Austyn Dunscombe
  • Arek Ehmsen
  • Elizabeth Friedrich
  • Evan Gonzalez
  • Preston Gray
  • Jax Greenlee
  • Kellen Hage
  • Zayne Harding
  • Devon Hernandez
  • Kaci Johnson
  • Ian Jordan
  • Jose Juarez
  • Sean Mandigo
  • Jacob Martin
  • Alex McWilliams
  • Valeria Mora-Ramirez
  • Evelyn Nava-Blanco
  • William Nestleroad
  • Jose Penuelas
  • Jakob Philemon
  • Lydia Richardson
  • Mark Romero
  • Badariah Umar
  • Laine Warnken

Opportunities Unlimited is a re-engagement program that serves students who are off track for graduation or have dropped out of a high school in PSD. OU students are able to work towards their diploma (if the student has 30 credits or less to earn) or GED while concurrently enrolled in Front Range Community College courses. This three-semester program covers students' tuition, books, and GED costs if they earn a C or higher in FRCC courses. 

The GED Program prepares non-traditional students to take GED tests. These tests measure major academic skills and concepts associated with four years of regular high school instruction and provide an opportunity for persons who have not graduated from high school to earn a high school equivalency diploma. The GED tests measure competency in five subject areas:  language arts, writing, social studies, reading, and mathematics.