GED Classes Springfield, Illinois

Posted here are all GED preparatory class locations and testing facilities in the Springfield area. Illinois is offering two options for high school equivalency testing, the HiSET and GED.

Both tests are offered online and at official testing centers. Check below for more details about the online HiSET and GED tests.

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The tests give persons who never graduated from high school the chance to acquire an equivalent diploma.

GED® testing involves four subtests in Math, Social Studies, Literacy, and Science that can be completed one at a time.

The HiSET® exam includes individual writing and reading tests (so 5 overall) that can also be taken separately.

Both options measure knowledge at a level that is comparable to that of graduating high school students.

In Illinois, test takers must also pass the state’s U.S. Constitution test if they want to receive the Illinois High School Equivalency diploma.

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Springfield GED prep classes

Lincoln Land Community College Adult Ed. Program
5250 Shepherd Road, Springfield, IL 62703, Phone: 217-786-2349
Main Campus, Millennium Center

Lawrence Education Center
101 E Laurel Street, Springfield, IL 62704, Phone: 217-525-3025/3233

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Lincoln Library
326 S 7th Street, Springfield, IL 62701, Phone: 217-753-4900
Not a GED prep program, but support is offered in the library’s Community Tutoring Room (2nd floor) in partnership with the Springfield Literacy Project.

The University of Illinois at Springfield (Ed2Go Online Course)
One University Plaza, Springfield, IL 62703, Phone: 217-206-8650

Sylvan Springfield
2747 S 6th Street, Springfield, IL 62703, Phone: 217-280-8963/8964

Land of Lincoln Workforce Alliance (Referral Only)
1300 S Ninth Street, Springfield, IL 62703, Phone: 217-524-7838/5996

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Locations around Springfield (cities by alphabet)

Lincoln Land Community College
109 White Pine Lane, Beardstown, IL 62618, Phone: 217-786-4945
Only English as Second Language (ESL) classes

Macoupin County Community Education Center (Lewis & Clark Comm. Coll.)
18400 Shipman Road, Carlinville, IL 62626, Phone: 618-468-4141

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Richland Community College (Adult Education Program)
1 College Park, Decatur, IL 62521, Phone: (217) 875-7211 x 6355 or 6489
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LLCC (Farm Bureau Site)
102 N Main Street, Hillsboro, IL 62049, Phone: 217-786-2349

LLCC-Jacksonville
32 N Central Park Plaza, Jacksonville, IL 62650, Phone: 217-786-2349
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Heartland Community College
2201 Woodlawn Road, Lincoln, IL 62656, Phone: 217-735-1731

Logan Correctional Center GED Program
1096 1350th St, Lincoln, IL 62656, Phone: 217-735-5581
Not publicly available

LLCC-Litchfield (Litchfield Adult Education)
One Lincoln Land Drive, Litchfield, IL 62056, Phone: 217-786-2349

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Lake Land College (Western Region Center)
600 E First Street, Pana, IL 62557, Phone: 217.238.8292

St. Louis Comm. Coll.-Forest Park HiSET Classes
5600 Oakland Avenue, Room G, Tower 113, St. Louis, Missouri 63110, Phone: 314.644.9283
You can see all St. Louis area facilities here -> Saint Louis GED (HiSET) Classes

LLCC Taylorville GED Classes
800 S Spresser Street, Taylorville, IL 62568, Phone: 217-786-2349

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Springfield area GED testing centers

After Springfield, Cities in Alphabetical Order

Sangamon Co. Regional Office of Education (GED)
2201 S Dirksen Parkway, Springfield, IL 62703, Phone: 217-753-6620

Regional Office of Ed #26 (GED)
735 E Locust Street, Canton, IL 61520, Phone: 309-518-4017

Regional Office of Education #40 (GED)
225 E Nicolas Street, Carlinville, IL 62626, Phone: 217-854-4016

Richland Community College (GED)
1 One College Park, Decatur, IL 62521, Phone: 217-875-7200

Regional Office of Education #3-Hillsboro (HiSET)
203 S Main Street, Hillsboro, IL 62049, Phone: 217-532-9591/824-4730

Brown-Cass-Morgan-Scott Regional Office of Education (GED)
110 N West Street, Jacksonville, IL 62650, Phone: 217-243-1804

Regional Office of Education #40 (GED)
201 W Exchange Street, Jerseyville, IL 62052, Phone: 618-498-5541

Heartland Comm. Coll. (GED Testing)
2201 Woodlawn Road, Lincoln, IL 62656, Phone: 217-735-1731

Regional Off. of Education #1-Pittsfield (GED)
39637 260th Avenue, Pittsfield, IL 62363, Phone: 217-641-4570

Regional Off. of Education #3
101 South Main Street, Taylorville, IL 62568, Phone: 217-824-4730

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Online GED and HiSET tests introduced

Until recently, taking one of the Illinois high school equivalency tests (HiSET, GED) over the internet was not possible. There was just no online testing available. To secure your Illinois HSE (High School Equivalency) diploma, you had to show up in person at an official test center.

But that has now changed. Both the HiSET and GED have recently introduced an online version that uses an online proctor. You can read more here: The online GED test and for information about the HiSET exam, check this page: The HiSET-At-Home exam.

Constitution Test

GED and HiSET candidates must also provide proof they took and passed the Illinois Constitution test. There’s no charge for taking this Constitution Test.

It is the purpose of the GED and HiSET exams to measure the educational development and standards of adults who didn’t complete their regular high school curriculum. Adults that have earned their equivalency credentials qualify for education in college or university and better employment or job promotion.

Eligibility

Individuals 18 years of age and older qualify for taking the HiSET or GED exam if they don’t hold a common high school credential and are not currently signed for another school program. The program is only open to Illinois residents.

Students 17 years old may also qualify if they submit a withdrawal letter signed by an official from the last school they were enrolled in.

Last Updated on August 6, 2022.