GED Classes Anderson, South Carolina

This is a complete overview of GED prep class locations and testing centers in the Anderson region. South Carolina uses the GED exam for high school equivalency testing.

The South Carolina GED test is offered only at official test centers. The state does NOT offer the exam in an online format.

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The exam is for those individuals who left high school without graduating and gives them the opportunity to earn an equivalent degree.

The GED® exam is entirely computer-based and includes four separate subtests (or modules) that don’t need to be completed in one take.

The four GED modules are in the academic subject fields of Science, Social Studies, Math, and Literacy.

For information about the recently launched online proctored GED exam, available in most states, check below at the bottom of this post.

Anderson GED prep sites

Anderson Adult Education Center
2005 N Main St – Anderson – SC 29621 – Ph: (864) 260.5075
Located in the historic old North Anderson Elementary School building

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Sylvan Learning Anderson
110 Miracle Mile Dr – Suite D – Anderson – SC 29621 – Ph: (864) 214.3346

SC Works Anderson Palmetto Youth Connections Anderson Campus Tri-County Technical College
512 Michelin Blvd – Anderson – SC 29626 – Ph: (864) 260.6780

Locations around Anderson (cities by alphabet)

Abbeville Adult Education
400 Greenville St – Abbeville – SC 29620 – Ph: (864) 366.4226

Athens Tech GED Instruction
800 Highway 29 N – Athens – GA 30601 – Ph: (706) 355.5026/583.2551
See all Athens GED prep classes <- in this post

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NGTC Adult Education (@Rabun County Employment Center)
184 S Main St – Suite 100 – Clayton, GA 30525 – Ph: (706) 782.1362 or (706) 779.8116

SC Works Seneca Palmetto Youth Connections Clemson
1376 Tiger Blvd – Clemson – SC 29631 – Ph: (864) 643.0071

Littlejohn Community Center Educational Outreach Program
644 Old Greenville Hwy – Clemson – SC 29631 – Ph: (864) 653.3835

Greenville Co. Schools Lifelong Learning (@the Sullivan Ctr)
206 Wilkins St – Greenville – SC 29605 – Ph: (864) 355.6088
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Greenwood County Library (Online Resources)
600 S Main St – Greenwood – SC 29646 – Ph: (864) 941.3044

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Greenwood County Adult Education (@Genesis Education Ctr)
400 Glenwood St – Greenwood – SC 29649 – Ph: (864) 941.5449/5450

Piedmont Technical College GED by 23 Program
620 Emerald Rd N – Greenwood – SC 29646 – Ph: (864) 941.8574

Hart County Adult Education (Athens Tech)
110 Benson St – Hartwell – GA 30643 – Ph: (706) 552.0951

NGTC Adult Education (@Boyd Outz Learning Center)
84 Hartwell Rd – Lavonia – GA 30553 – Ph: (706) 491.2820 or (706) 779.8116

Family Learning Center GED Classes
900 E Queen St – Pendleton – SC 29670 – Ph: (864) 403.2000/2580

Anderson Adult Ed. Center (Districts 1 & 2)
214 Lebby St – Pelzer – SC 29669 – Ph: (864) 947.9311

SC Works Seneca Palmetto Youth Connections Hamilton Career Center
5104 Vocational Dr – Seneca – SC 29672 – Ph: (864) 646.1741

Oconee Adult Education-Seneca
100 Vocational Dr – Seneca – SC 29672 – Ph: (864) 886.4429

Seneca Baptist Church (Oconee Adult Ed)
1080 S Oak St – Seneca – SC 29678 – Ph: (864) 886.4429

North Georgia Technical College Currahee Campus
9238 Hwy 17 S – Toccoa – GA 30577 – Ph: (706) 779.8116
NGTC also offers free GED classes at the Franklin County center located at the Franklin County Board of Education.

The Hope Ctr GED Classes
158 S Broad St – Toccoa – GA 30577 – Ph:(706) 898.5050 or (706) 779.8116

North Georgia Tech (Whitman Street Ctr)
904 W Whitman St – Toccoa – GA 30577 – Ph: (706) 282.5171 or (706) 779.8116

Oconee Adult Education-Westminster (@West Oak High School)
130 Warrior Ln – Westminster – SC 29673 – Ph: (864) 886.4429

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Welcoming the online proctored GED test

In earlier days, GED testing was not possible online. To get hold of their high school equivalency (HSE) diploma, students had to report, in person, to an official GED testing site, and this is still the case in South Carolina, New York State, and Vermont.

In most states, however, we saw the introduction of the online proctored (O.P.) GED testing option. For more information, check out this post: ‘Introducing the online proctored GED exam.’

For qualification criteria, go to GED testing in South Carolina.

South Carolina Free Online GED Classes

Anderson area GED testing sites

Anderson Adult Education Center
2005 North Main Street | Anderson | South Carolina 29621 | Ph (864) 260-5075

Abbeville GED Testing Site
400 Greenville Street | Abbeville | South Carolina 29620 | Ph (864) 366-4226

North Georgia Technical College
1500 Highway 197 N | Clarksville | Georgia 30523 | Ph (706) 754-7813

Pickens County Adult Learning Center
201 S 5th Street | Suite D |Easley | South Carolina 29640 | Ph (864) 397-3825

Pickens County Adult Learning Center
106 Glazner Street | Easley | South Carolina 29640 | Ph (864) 397-3825

Athens Technical College
1317 Athens Highway | Elberton | Georgia 30635 | Ph (706) 583-2551

Sullivan Adult Education Center
206 Wilkins Street | Greenville | South Carolina 29605 | Ph (864) 355-6093

Greenwood GED Test Center
400 Glenwood Street | Greenwood | South Carolina 29649 | Ph (864) 941-5450

Anderson Adult Education Center (Districts 1 and 2)
214 Lebby Street | Pelzer | South Carolina 29669 | Ph (864) 947-9311

Oconee County Adult Education
315 Holland Avenue | Seneca | South Carolina 29678 | Ph (864) 886-4429

Your future

The GED (General Education Development) program is designed to assist more adults with improving their lives via learning options that will result in better jobs and to educate them to be able to attend institutions of higher education.

In the U.S., we can find millions of adults who never obtained a high school diploma, and earning the GED credential will make them qualified for better jobs with higher earnings and allow them to access institutions of higher education.

The diploma that you’ll receive after completing the GED exam successfully is all across North America recognized as equivalent to a standard HS diploma by schools, official institutions, employers, and recruiting agencies.

Last Updated on August 2, 2022.