GED Classes Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

This page lists all GED test centers and prep facilities in the Fond du Lac region. If you want to earn your high school equivalency diploma in Wisconsin, you must take and pass the four modules of the GED exam.

The GED exam can be taken online or at one of Wisconsin’s official GED testing sites.

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The exam is for persons who did not finish their high school curriculum and gives them the chance to acquire an equivalent degree.

The GED® exam is a set of four tests that measure knowledge at a level comparable to that of high school seniors upon graduation.

The four computer-based GED subtests are in Social Studies, Math, Literacy, and Science.

There’s no need to take the four GED subtests (or modules) at the same time. You can take them one at a time if you wish.

Until recently, online GED testing was not possible. You were required to come to one of Wisconsin’s official GED testing centers and take the four tests in person.

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This has now changed, however, with the introduction of the option to sit for the exam online. Learn more below at the bottom of this page.

In Wisconsin, GED hopefuls must also pass the state’s Civics Exam.

GED classes in Fond du Lac

Moraine Park Technical College
235 N National Ave – Fond du Lac – WI 54936 – Ph: 920-924-3207

Fond du Lac Public Library (Fond du Lac Literacy Services)
32 Sheboygan St – Fond du Lac – WI 54935 – Ph: 920-322-3932
Fond du Lac Literacy Services is located on the 2nd floor of the Fond du Lac Public Library. This is NOT a GED program, but Fond du Lac Literacy Services supports adults to improve their English speaking, reading, writing, and math skills through one-on-one tutoring at no cost.

ADVOCAP Adult Basic Education Program-Fond du Lac
19 W First St – Fond du Lac – WI 54936, Ph: 920-922-7760 ext. 3537
GED prep classes are available at ADVOCAP’s offices in Fond du Lac, Oshkosh, and Neenah, and at Oshkosh Public Library.

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Facilities around Fond du Lac (cities in alphabetic order)

Fox Valley Tech GED Instruction
1825 N Bluemound Dr – Appleton – WI 54914 – Ph: 920-993-5210
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Moraine Park Tech
700 Gould St – Beaver Dam – WI 53916 – Ph: 920.887.4402

Lakeshore Tech Cleveland
1290 North Ave – Cleveland – WI 53015 – Ph: 920-693-1209

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
2740 W Mason St – Green Bay – WI 54307 – Ph 920.498.5456/5444
Check out more Green Bay GED prep options in this post

Hartford Library (Online Resources)
53 East Rogers St – Hartford – WI 53027 – Ph: 262.673.2903

Madison Area Tech-Goodman South Campus 127 (School of Academic Advancement)
2429 Perry St – Madison – WI 53713 – Ph: 608.258.2440
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Lakeshore Tech GED Instruction
600 York Street – Manitowoc – WI 54220 – Ph: 920.683.2846
All Manitowoc GED classes <- are listed here

Winnebago County Literacy Council
106 Washington Ave – Oshkosh WI 54901 – Ph: 920-573-5507

FVTC Oshkosh
150 North Campbell Rd – Oshkosh – WI 54902 – Ph: 920-233-9191

YouthBuild Oshkosh (Advocap)
2929 Harrison St – Oshkosh – WI 54901 – Ph: 920-426-0150

Lakeshore Tech
1320 Niagara St – Sheboygan – WI 53081 – Ph: 920-208-5888
The school offers GED prep classes that will guide you towards the GED certificate, which is awarded by Wisconsin’s Department of Public Instruction to students who complete the school’s Career Awareness class and pass four tests in these academic areas: Reasoning Through Language Arts (including an essay), Science, Social Studies (including extended response), and Mathematical Reasoning.

To qualify for the GED exam, applicants must be at least 18 years and 6 months old, and their 9th-grade class must have graduated from high school. Applicants must be Wisconsin residents (or migrant workers/child of a migrant worker), not be signed up for any school program, not have a secondary degree, and have a valid government-issued ID.

Fox Valley Tech-Wautoma Regional Center
556 South Cambridge St – Wautoma – WI 54982 – Ph 920-787-3319 x 6313

Moraine Park Technical College
2151 North Main St – West Bend – WI 53090 – Ph: 262.335.5783
More West Bend GED prep options <- are listed here

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Welcoming the online GED test

In the past, sitting for the GED test over the internet was not possible. Students who wanted to earn their GED diplomas were required to appear, in person, at an official, state-recognized Wisconsin GED testing site.

Well, this has come to an end as we witnessed the introduction of the online proctored GED test. Qualifying students opting for the online GED test version will have an online proctor overseeing their activities to check if all goes according to the regulations. If you would like to read more about this new option, check out ‘The online GED test.’

GED testing centers in the Fond du Lac area

Moraine Park Technical Coll-Fond du Lac
235 North National Ave, Fond du Lac, WI 54936, Phone 920.924.3247

Fox Valley Tech-Appleton
1825 North Bluemound Dr, Appleton, WI 54914, Phone 920.993.5139

Moraine Park Tech College GED Test Center
700 Gould St, Beaver Dam, WI 53916 – Phone 920-887-4406

Fox Valley Technical Coll-Chilton Campus
1200 E. Chestnut St – Chilton, WI 53014, Phone 920-996-2887

Lakeshore Tech-Cleveland
1290 North Ave – Cleveland, WI 53015, Phone 920-693-1184

Lakeshore Technical Coll-Manitowoc Campus
600 York St, Manitowoc, WI 54220, Phone 920.693.1224

Fox Valley Technical Coll-Riverside Campus
150 North Campbell Rd, Oshkosh, WI 54902, Phone 920.996.2887

Lakeshore Technical College-Sheboygan
1320 Niagara Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081, Phone 920.693.1224

Madison College-Watertown GED Testing Site
1300 West Main St, Watertown, WI 53098, Phone 920.206.8019

Moraine Park Tech-West Bend
2151 North Main St, West Bend, WI 53090, Phone .262.924.3247

Your future

Presently in the United States, we can find over four million jobs available for which you need a high school education. The country is in need of a lot of workers that have a high school diploma or similar.

If these positions cannot be filled, the national economy cannot be running as it should. If you receive your GED diploma, you will have the opportunity to apply for one of these well-paying jobs. This will result in an increase in your personal income and benefit our economy as a whole as well.

Last Updated on June 19, 2022.