GED and HiSET Test Prep and Testing

Earn a State-issued high school equivalency diploma. 

The State issued high school credential earned by passing these tests is accepted by more than 95% of U.S. employers, colleges, and universities.

These tests are the first step toward better jobs, further training, and/or higher education. 


Have not graduated from high school.
Age 18 or over.
High school class has graduated.
Picture I.D. is required. 


The GED test has provided a uniform measure of high school achievement for over 50 years, and the 2014 edition reflects current high school curriculum standards and includes content related to the workplace and community.  GED tests are computer delivery tests.
All registration for the GED test is done online.  Go to to register.

$150 testing fee MUST be paid online with a Credit Card

Upcoming testing dates for 2019 are:
January   7, 8
February   12, 13
March    12, 13
April   16, 17
May   14, 15
June   10, 11
July    15, 16
August  12, 13
September   16, 17
October  15, 16
November    12, 13
December   17, 18


Educational Testing Service (ETS) launched the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) in January of 2014 as another option for adults, and out-of-school youth, to demonstrate their abilities and  reflects current high school curriculum standards and content related to the workplace and community. HiSET is a pencil and paper delivery test.

Please watch for updates on days and times for HiSET testing.


To register for classes or for more information,
contact the Adult Education Office at: 810-667-6605