High School Equivalency Testing
The High School Equivalency Test (formerly GED) is a standardized exam consisting of five content area tests: Language Arts-Writing, Social Studies, Science, Language Arts-Reading, and Mathematics. The tests certify that the test-taker, who has not previously earned a high school diploma, has a high school level of knowledge and skills.
The test can ONLY be taken in person through an Official High School Equivalency Test Center. It CANNOT be taken online.
Classes are available to assist you with the skills and knowledge necessary to pass these tests. Visit Program/Course Offerings for more information.
For more information about the High School Equivalency Test, visit the HiSET Testing site.