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High School Equivalency (GED and HiSET)

 

 

Why get your High School Equivalency Certificate?

Students who do not have transcripts from their previous school or who need more than 60 credits to earn their high school diploma may opt to take their GED or HiSET high school equivalency (HSE) test.  The High School Equivalency Certificate or a high school diploma are required for federal financial aid for post- secondary education or training.

How do I Register for Classes?

All new students must complete a two part orientation session. At orientation, students will learn about our program and the services provided to our students.  Students will set career or personal goals, learn good study habits, and take some assessment tests to ensure successful placement in our classes.

Test Information

GED Test HiSET Test
Pearson VUE Educational Testing Service (ETS)
Computer-based Paper or Computer-based
Test Center located on our campus Test Center located on our campus
Contact ged.com for current fees Contact hiset.ets.org for current fees
Discounted retests (limited time) Retake $14
Four tests Five tests
  • Reasoning Through Language Arts
  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Language Arts—Writing
  • Language Arts—Reading
  •  Mathematics
  •  Science
    •  Social Studies​​​​​​​
  • Online scores within 3 hours of completion
  • Immediate unofficial test results
  • 3-5 business days for multiple-choice scores and test results
  • 6-10 business days for essay score report

*Please submit your test scores to the high school office so they can be added to your school transcript

 

 

Registration

All new students must attend an orientation to be enrolled in classes.

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Test Requirements

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must have a valid government-issued ID, such as a driver’s license or DMV-issued ID, a passport, visa, or military ID, indicating date of birth, current residence, recent photo, and signature
  • Social Security recommended for registration

GED High School Equivalency Exam


 

Registration for the GED test is done online.  Please go to ged.com and create an account.  On this website, you can select the dates, times, and tests that you would like to take.  Our testing center is only open on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and evenings.   You pay for the tests online.  You can choose to pay for all four tests at once or register and pay for each test as you go.  All cancellations and rescheduling are done through this website and not through the high school office.

 

HiSET High School Equivalency Exam


Registration for the HiSET test is done at hiset.ets.org.  On this website you can select the dates, times, and tests that you would like to take. Our HiSET testing center is only open on Wednesday afternoons and evenings.  You pay for the tests online. You can choose to pay for all four tests at once or register and pay for each test as you go. All cancellations and rescheduling are done through this website and not through the high school office.

 

 

 

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