GED Classes Galesburg, Illinois

This page contains an overview of all GED prep class locations and testing centers in the Galesburg region. Illinois is using two options for High School Equivalency testing, the GED and HiSET.

The GED and HiSET are available online and at state-designated test centers. Read more below about online testing.

GED Online

You Can Pass Your GED
With Onsego, It’s Easy

Both exams assess proficiency at the same level that can be expected of graduating high school seniors.

The GED® is fully computer-formatted and contains four separate subtests (independent modules)

  • English Language Arts
  • Social Studies
  • Science
  • Mathematics

You have the option to complete the four GED modules (subtests) individually and in your desired order.

The HiSET® exam includes five testing sections (separate language writing and language reading tests) that are also modular.

The HiSET can be taken on paper and computer, whereas the GED is fully computerized. In Illinois, applicants must also pass a Constitution Test.

Online GED Classes – Fast and Easy

Prepare Quickly To Pass The GED Test.
Get Your Diploma in 2 Months.

If you’d like to read more about GED qualification requirements or passing scores in Illinois, visit our page GED Testing In Illinois.

To learn more about the recently reduced GED testing fees and free GED testing in Illinois, <- go to this page.

Galesburg GED Prep Class Locations

Carl Sandburg College Adult Learning Center
1150 W. Carl Sandburg Drive – Galesburg –  IL 61401 – Ph: (309) 344-1631

Carl Sandburg College GED Learning Center
2400 Tom L. Wilson Boulevard – Galesburg – IL 61401 – Ph: (309) 341-5296 or (309) 344-1631

Regional Office of Ed. Henderson, Knox, Mercer, and Warren Counties
235 E. Main Street (next to Jimmy John’s) – Galesburg – IL 61401 – Ph: (309) 715-7306

Knox County Jail GED Program
152 S. Kellogg Street – Galesburg – IL 61401 – Ph: (309) 345.3733
This is not a public program

GED Requirements in Illinois

Prep Facilities around Galesburg (Cities by Alphabet)

High Roads Advantage GED Program
2004 SE 3rd Street – Aledo – IL 61231 – Ph: (309) 582.8181 or (309) 221.9691/6529
GED classes are provided by Black Hawk College. High Roads Advantage is located in the former New Life Assembly of God Church, next to Brad’s Collision, across Highway 17 from TJ Sons Trucking.

Job Corps Education
1000 N. Roosevelt Avenue – Burlington – IA 52601 – Ph (319) 753-6499
Check out all Burlington area HiSET prep classes <- here

Carl Sandberg College Bushnell Extension Center
380 E. Main Street – Bushnell – IL 61422 – Ph: (309) 772-2177 ext. 8241

Free Illinois GED Practice Test

Scott Comm. Coll.-West Davenport Ctr 
2950 N. Fairmount Street – Davenport – IA 52804 – Ph: (563) 328.7690
See all Davenport region GED prep facilities here: Davenport Area GED Courses

Black Hawk Coll. GED Classes
301 Avenue of the Cities – East Moline – IL 61244 – Ph: (309)  796.8216
Check here for more -> GED prep sites in the Moline area

Black Hawk Coll. GED Classes (Community Ed. Center)
404 E. Third Street – Kewanee – IL 61443 – Ph: (309) 854.1875

Illinois Literacy Volunteers
2021 Kentville Road – Kewanee – IL 61443 – Ph: (309) 852.4601 (x 3313)

Kewanee Life Skills Re-Entry Center
2021 Kentville Road – Kewanee – IL 61443 – Ph: (309) 852.4601
Not publicly available

Spoon River College GED Program
208 S. Johnson Street – Macomb  – IL 61455 – Ph: (309) 833.6017
For classes in Macomb or Rushville, call (309) 833-6017. For Canton or Havana, call (309) 649-6229.

McDonough County Jail i-Pathways GED Program
110 S. McArthur Street – Macomb – IL 61455 – Ph: (309) 833.2323
Not publicly available

Regional Off. of Ed. Henderson, Knox, Mercer, and Warren Counties
105 North E Street (in Willits School building) – Monmouth – IL 61462 – Ph: (309) 715-7306

Illinois Central Coll. Adult Education Program
1 College Dr – Peoria – IL 61635 – Ph: (309) 694.5240
You can find all Peoria area prep locations at Peoria Region GED Classes

Free Online Illinois GED Classes

GED Testing Centers in the Galesburg Area

Regional Off. of Ed. #33 (GED and HiSET Testing)
932 Harrison Street, Galesburg, Illinois 61401, Phone 309.345.3828

Carl Sandburg College (HiSET Testing)
2400 Tom L Wilson Boulevard, Galesburg, Illinois 61401, Phone 309.341.5323

The following Cities by Alphabet

Regional Office of Education for Bureau, Henry & Stark (GED)
107 South State Street, Atkinson, Illinois 61235, Phone 309.936.7890

Regional Office of Education #26 (GED)
735 East Locust St. Canton, Illinois 61520, Phone: 309.575,3226

Regional Office of Education #26 (HiSET)
130 South Lafayette St., Ste 200, Macomb, Illinois 61455, Phone: 309-575-3229/3226

Spoon River College GED Testing (Room 116)
2500 East Jackson Street, Macomb, Illinois 61455, Phone 309.833.6031

Black Hawk College (Building 1, GED Testing Center)
6600 34th Avenue, Moline, Illinois 61265, Phone 309.796.5170

Rock Island Co. Regional Off/ of Education (GED Testing)
3430 Avenue of the Cities, Moline, Illinois 61265, Phone 309.736.1111

Regional Office of Education #33-Monmouth (room 125, GED or HiSET)
105 North E Street, Room 125, Monmouth, Illinois 61462, Phone 309.734.6822

Peoria Off. of Education (Room 401, GED)
324 Main Street, Room 401, Peoria, Illinois 61602, Phone 309.672.6906
See all Peoria GED testing sites <- here

Online GED, HiSET Exams

Until recently, taking the GED or HiSET exam online was not possible. The tests were simply not offered over the Internet. If you wished to get hold of your high school equivalency diploma, you needed to appear at a state-designated testing site and sit for the tests in person.

Fortunately, that has now changed. Both the GED and the HiSET have introduced online options. For detailed information, go to these posts: ‘The online GED test,’ and for HiSET information, go to ‘The HiSET at Home test.’

Constitution Test

GED testers looking to earn their High School Equivalency Certificates in Illinois must also take and pass the state’s Constitution Test in addition to passing the HiSET or GED exam. The Illinois Constitution Test is administered at many schools and test centers, and there’s no fee associated with the test.

Illinois awards high school diplomas to successful GED and HiSET test-takers, and the GED test is now available at no charge whatsoever as well.

Are updates required? Should a facility be listed or removed? Please advise us here.

Last Updated on January 4, 2024.