Listed in this post are all GED prep facilities and test centers in the Bend area. Oregon is using the GED exam for its high school equivalency testing program.
Testing can be done online and at certified Oregon GED test facilities.
The assessment measures the level of knowledge at a level that compares to that of high school students when they graduate.
The GED® exam has four individual tests (modules) that may be completed one at a time.
The totally computer-formatted tests are in literacy, social studies, math, and science.
In the past, online GED testing was not an option. Applicants had to come, in person, to one of Oregon’s state-designated test centers.
But now, that’s changed with the introduction of an online proctored GED test-taking option. Read more below.
Bend GED prep classes
Central Oregon Community College-Bend
2600 NW College Way, Bend, Oregon 97701, Ph: (541) 504-2950
Heart of Oregon Corps (AmeriCorps & Stewardship Programs)
1291 NE 5th Street, Building A, Bend, Oregon 97701, Ph: (541) 633-7834
All applicants are required to attend an Information Session at the YouthBuild Location in Sisters (68797 George Cyrus Road).
Oregon Youth ChalleNGe Program
23861 Dodds Road, Bend, Oregon 97701, Ph: (541) 317-9623
COIC Alternative Education For Youth
1645 NE Forbes Road, Suite 108, Bend, Oregon 97701, Ph: 541) 706-1458
COIC (Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council) offers also GED prep classes in Redmond, La Pine, Prineville, and Lakeview.
Bear Creek Elementary (High Desert Education Service District)
51 NE 13th Street, Bend, Oregon 97701, Ph: (541) 693-5672
GED para adultos hispanos y sus familias (Los martes y jueves de 5:30 a 8:30 p.m.)
Sylvan Learning NWX Downtown
2754 NW Crossing Dr | Suite 101 | Bend | OR 97701 | Ph: (541) 647-2732
Sylvan Learning Bend
2150 NE Studio Road, Suite 10, Bend, Oregon 97701, Ph: (541) 647-2732
Deschutes County Adult Jail GED Program
63333 US-20, Bend, Oregon 97701, Ph: (541) 388-6662
Not publicly available
Prep locations around Bend (cities by alphabet)
Treasure Valley Community College-Harney County Outreach Center
1100 Oregon Avenue, Burns, Oregon 97720, Ph: (541) 573-1576
Training & Employment Consortium (TEC – @WorkSource Burns)
809 W Jackson Street, Suite 400, Burns, Oregon 97720, Ph: (541) 573-5251
WorkSource Canyon City (Training and Employment Consortium)
120 S Washington Street, Canyon City, Oregon 97820, Ph: (541) 575.02744
Blue Mountain Community College Grant County
835-B S Canyon Boulevard, John Day, Oregon 97845, Ph: (541) 575.1550
La Pine Adult Education
16405 First Street, La Pine, Oregon 97739, Ph: (541) 536-2223
Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council-La Pine
16493 Bluewood Place, Suite 3, La Pine, Oregon 97739, Ph: (541) 536-5380 ext. 210
Central Oregon Comm. Coll. Madras
1170 E Ashwood Road, Madras, Oregon 97741, Ph: (541) 550-4100
Deer Ridge Correctional Institute GED Program
3920 E Ashwood Road, Madras, Oregon 97741, Ph: (541) 325-5999
Not open to the general public
Central Oregon Comm. Coll. Crook County
510 SE Lynn Boulevard, Prineville, Oregon 97754, Ph: (541) 504-2950
Central Oregon Comm. Coll. Redmond
2030 SE College Loop, Redmond, Oregon 97756, Ph: (541) 504-2950/2900
GED classes are offered in Madras, Redmond, Bend, Madras, Prineville, and Warm Springs.
Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council-Redmond
2363 SW Glacier Place, Redmond, Oregon 97756, Ph: (541) 280-0031
The Redmond COIC campus is one of five COIC programs in Central Oregon (Bend, Redmond, Prineville, La Pine, and Juvenile Justice). The GED passing rate of COIC students is impressive. The Central Oregon COIC program has a phenomenal GED passing rate: more than 92 percent of test-takers of the four-part GED test were successful.
High Desert Education Service District
2804 SW 6th Street, Redmond, Oregon 97756, Ph: (541) 693-5672
GED classes for Hispanic adults and their families.
El Servicio de GED Educación para adultos hispanos y sus familias.
Heart of Oregon Corps YouthBuild Program
68797 George Cyrus Road, Sisters, Oregon 97759, Ph: (541) 526-1380
Warm Springs Reservation Adult Education (COCC)
1257 Kot-Num Road – Warm Springs, Oregon 97761, Ph: (541) 504-2950
These classes are the result of a higher education partnership between the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Central OR Community College, Oregon State University, and the Cascades Ctr. for Community Governance.
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Introducing the online proctored GED exam
In earlier days, if you wanted to secure your high school equivalency (HSE) degree, you were always required to show up, in person, at one of Oregon’s official GED test centers. Online GED testing simply didn’t exist. Now, however, we saw the introduction of an online proctored GED exam as well, so that is changing.
An online proctor will monitor if you do everything in accordance with the regulations. To learn more about this new online GED testing option, go to this post: ‘The online proctored GED test.’
Bend area GED testing sites
Central Oregon Community College (Barber Library)
2600 NW College Way, Bend, Oregon 97701, Phone 541-383-7539
Grant County School District
835 S Canyon Boulevard, John Day, Oregon 97845, Phone 541-575-1349
Central Oregon Community College (Building #1)
2030 SE College Loop, Redmond, Oregon 97756, Phone 541-504-2934
GED passing score
On each individual GED module, you are required to attain at least a 145 score. Results are calibrated on a 100-200 scale, and averaging is no option. So to secure your GED diploma, your total score must be 580 or higher.
The four GED modules are independent exams that can be taken one or more at a time. There’s no need to prepare for the entire GED battery all at once. Get ready for one section, pass that subtest, and move on to the next part.
Last Updated on June 19, 2022.