Listed on this page are all GED classes and testing centers in the greater Juneau region.
Alaska is using the computer-based GED exam for high school equivalency testing.
The assessment gives adults who could not complete their regular high school curriculum a chance to earn an equivalent educational degree.
GED® testing is done via four independent subject tests (modules) that cover the fields of:
- Social Studies
- English Language
There’s no need to take the battery in one session. You have the liberty to take the four GED subject tests one at a time.
The assessment measures knowledge at a level comparable to that of high school students upon graduation.
The GED exam is now also available over the Internet for qualifying students. Read more below.
For GED test fees and information about FREE GED testing in Alaska, visit this page.
Juneau GED Prep Classes
Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
1111 W 8th Street, Juneau, AK 99811, Phone: 907-465-8714
The Learning Connection (Southeast Regional Resource Center-SERRC)
210 Ferry Way, Suite 200, Juneau, AK 99801, Phone: 907-586-6806 or 907-586-5718
SERRC offers many locations where GED prep or testing is available. Just contact SERRC to schedule an appointment:
- Craig Middle School
- Community Education Center (Haines High School, Room 123)
- Hoonah Tribal Office
- Hydaburg School
- Ketchikan UAS Test Center (Paul Bldg, Rm 103, this is also a GED test site)
- Metlakatla Indian Community Office
- Petersburg Public Library
- UAS Sitka Student Success Center (also a GED test site)
- Skagway City School (also a GED test site)
- Yakutat Tlingit Tribe Office
Southeast Regional Resource Center-Family Learning Center Gruening Park
1800 Northwood Drive, Apartment G 49, Juneau, AK 99801, Phone: 907-586-5718
Juneau Career Center
10002 Glacier Highway, Suite 100, Juneau, AK 99801, Phone: 907-465-4562
34 Willoughby Avenue, Juneau, AK 99801, Phone: 907-780-6775
Prep Sites around Juneau
Craig Middle School (Rural Southeast Adult Education)
100 School Way, Craig, AK 99921, Phone: 800-478-6660
By appointment only
Haines High School (Rural Southeast Adult Education)
604 Haines Road, Haines, AK 99827, Phone: 800-478-6660
GED classes are in the Community Education Center (Room 123)
Hoonah Tribal Office (Rural Southeast Adult Education)
310 Hill Street, Hoonah, AK 99829, Phone: 800-478-6660
Rural Southeast Adult Education at Hydaburg High School
Totem Park & Main Street, Hydaburg, AK 99922, Phone: 800-478-6660
By appointment only
Wildwood Correctional Complex
10 Chugach Avenue, Kenai, AK 99611, Phone: 907-260-7200
Not publicly available
University of Alaska Southeast (Paul Building, Room 103)
2600 Seventh Avenue, Paul Building, first floor, Ketchikan, AK 99901, Phone: 907-228-4516 or 800-478-6660
Metlakatla Indian Community Office (Rural Southeast Adult Education)
8th & Upper, Milton St, Metlakatla, AK 99926, Phone: 800-478-6660
Petersburg Public Library (Rural Southeast Adult Education)
14 S 2nd St, Petersburg, AK 99833, Phone: 800-478-6660
University of Alaska Southeast Student Success Center
1332 Seward Avenue, Sitka, AK 99835, Phone: 907-747-7717 or 800-478-6660
Sitka Job Center (UAS)
304 Lake Street, Sitka, AK 99835, Phone: 907-747-7717
Rural Southeast Adult Education-Skagway (Skagway City Schools)
1563 Main Street, Skagway, AK 99840, Phone: 800-478-6660
By appointment only
Yakutat Tlingit Tribe Office (Rural Southeast Adult Education)
716 Ocean Cape Road, Yakutat, AK 99689, Phone: 800-478-6660
See also the Fairbanks area GED Programs.
Do you know of a GED prep site that’s not listed? Are perhaps updates needed? Your feedback is appreciated here.
Juneau Area GED Testing Centers
Southeast Regional Resource Center
210 Ferry Way (Ste 200) – Juneau – Alaska 99801 – Ph: 907 . 586 . 5718
Prince William Sound Community College
100 Fisherman Way – Cordova – Alaska 99574 – Ph: 907 . 424 . 7598
UAS-Ketchikan Testing Center
2600 7th Ave – Ketchikan – Alaska 99901 – Ph: 907 . 228 . 4524
The University of Alaska Southeast
1332 Seward Ave – Sitka – Alaska 99835 – Ph: 907 . 747 . 7785
Prince William Sound Comm. College
303 Lowe St – Valdez – Alaska 99686 – Ph: 907 . 834 . 1617
Introducing the Online Proctored GED Exam
Taking the GED exam via the Internet is now also an option. In the past, you needed to show up at an official Alaska GED testing center in person if you wanted to get ahold of your Alaska high school equivalency diploma.
Now that has changed with the arrival of GED testing in an online version. An online proctor will help you through the process. To qualify for online testing, you must score in the “green zone” on the GED Ready® practice test. More information can be found here: The online proctored GED test.
Please note that when you take the GED test at a physical site, you’ll get two retakes at a reduced rate. This is not the case when you take the exam online.
Who is the GED Exam for?
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The GED (General Education Development exam is developed for individuals who never finished high school. The GED program offers them another chance to acquire an equivalent diploma.
This document is a great ticket toward a well-paying job or getting a better position at your current work, and it also allows for further academic education in colleges and universities.
To check what you know, take a free GED Practice Test.
The GED exam offers a fantastic opportunity to improve your living conditions in a great way! Holding the GED diploma will definitely lead to better career options, and the credential also allows for a college education.
The best location to get all relevant information is the GED organization’s website, GED.com. Here, you can also register for My GED and create your own online account to get all the details on how to schedule your tests (you can take one test at a time if you like), view schools and their academic programs, and explore the job market.
Last Updated on November 8, 2023.